Mozilla’s revenue, and expenses, rise in 2010

Mozilla’s State of Mozilla report and Financial StatementPDF for 2010 show the non-profit foundation’s revenue, including its “for-profit” subsidiaries, rose to $123 million, up 18% from 2009’s $104 million, while expenses grew from $61 million to $87 million.

The annual report says that the Foundation is facing a new set of challenges now, as competition has returned to the desktop browser market. It is responding with faster release cycles, moving Android to a “first tier platform” alongside the desktop platforms, pioneering “Do Not Track” features in code, and lobbying and maintaining its values of openness, transparency and interoperability.

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