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Mozilla, maker of the Firefox Web browser, saw its 2009 revenue increase 34 percent from $78 million the year before to $104 million.

The organization’s source of money continues to be from search partnerships, it said in its 2009 annual report, released today. The top billing goes to Google, no doubt, though Mozilla didn’t break out a specific percentage and instead lumped the search giant’s revenue in with Yahoo, Yandex, Amazon, and eBay.

 

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