“Deeply Distressed” – Mozilla Confirms Job Cuts


Mozilla has confirmed that it is laying off staff, after an internal memo revealed up to 70 roles will be cut after new products failed to hit revenue targets.

Mozilla Corporation, where the cuts are happening, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Mozilla Foundation: the maker of Firefox and other open source tools.

It is hugely reliant on global browser search partnerships, including via a  deal negotiated with Google in 2017. In 2018, the latest year for which a full report is available, the Mozilla Corporation generated $435.702 million from royalties, subscriptions and advertising revenue,

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