Mozilla/Firefox Seeking to Profit

The Mozilla Foundation, begun in 2003 with money from Netscape (owned by AOL), has now launched a commercial subsidiary aimed at doing things a non-profit just can’t (or shouldn’t) do. It is hoped the move will help the project and its browser reach more users. Their Firefox browser has won many converts over the last year, and now has almost 10% of the market (80 million users) (no small feat, when compared to the availability of pre-installed IE). Read more in Mozilla Goes For More Green.

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