Mozilla's Google millions, a tax dodge?
When the Mozilla Foundation turns to the public for money, it happily assumes the mantle of a penniless public institution asking for charity. Over 10,000 FireFox fans drew deep into their own pockets to place an expensive two-page advertisement for the browser in the New York Times 15 months ago.
But the Mozilla Foundation's commercial wing, Mozilla Corp., is awash with cash, its accounts reveal. It's just that in the spirit of openness and full disclosure - it er, ... doesn't like to talk about it.
Mozilla Corporation director Chris Blizzard coyly referred to the largesse last week in a weblog post. Mozilla's Google millions - a tax dodge? | The Register
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