Mozilla Revenue Up 34 Percent

by Keith Vance

Mozilla has seen significant revenue growth from calender year 2008 to calender year 2009.

Mozilla released its "The State of Mozilla" report yesterday and for the calendar year 2009 consolidated reported revenues were $104 million. That's an increase of 34 percent from the 2008 reported revenue of $78 million.

But with increased revenue also came increased expenses. Mozilla's consolidated expenses for 2009 were $61 million, up 26 percent from 2008 expenses of $49 million.

You can learn more about the state of Mozilla here.

This article was originally published on Monday Nov 22nd 2010
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