Google Paid Mozilla Around $300 Million In Royalties In 2012

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Mozilla has reported that they hit around $304.5 million in revenues from royalties in 2012, according to their annual release of financials.  Around 90% of those revenues came from Google.  Google renewed their search deal with Mozilla in late 2011.  Google committed to paying nearly $300 million per year.  One of the perks that Google receives is being the default search engine for the Mozilla Firefox web browser.
[Source: AllThingsD]

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