Google deal produces 91% of Mozilla's revenue

The headline of the Computerworld (US) story, "Google deal produces 91% of Mozilla's revenue," which was posted to the newswire Wednesday, has been corrected on the wire and now reads, "Google deal produces 88% of Mozilla's revenue." A new fifth paragraph has also been added to explain Mozilla's search royalties and that paragraph reads:

About $60 million, or 88% of the search royalties, came from Google, with the remainder from other agreements Mozilla has with Yahoo Inc. and Amazon Inc. Interestingly, although Mozilla's total search revenues were down in 2007, the percentage attributed to the Google deal went up; in 2006, 85% of all search income, or $52.3 million, came from Google.

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