Post Profile






Oath and Mozilla Are in a Legal Battle Over a Yahoo Search Deal

Kara Swisher: As I reported at the time, under terms of a contract, whoever acquired Yahoo was required to pay Mozilla annual payments of $375 million through 2019, even if it does not think the buyer was one it wanted to work with and walked away. It was Mayer who struck he deal in late 2014 to become the default search engine on he well-known Firefox browser in the U.S.
read more

share

Related Posts


The company that buys Yahoo could end up paying $1 billion to Mozilla for nothing (YHOO)

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

In late 2014, Yahoo struck a deal with Mozilla to make it the default search engine on all Firefox browsers in the US. That deal, which cost Yahoo $375 million in 2015, was meant to help Yahoo expand its search market share and bett...

That Yahoo-Mozilla deal isn't as horrible as we thought it was (YHOO)

Technology / Technology Industry News : Silicon Alley Insider

Earlier this month, it was reported that Yahoo had made a search deal with Mozilla that guaranteed $375 million a year until 2019, even if the Firefox-maker ditched Yahoo for a different search engine. But a new report by the New Yo...

Mozilla countersues Oath over Firefox switch from Yahoo to Google

Technology : Venture Beat

It looks like Mozilla is heading to court for a showdown with Yahoo Holdings and Oath over an alleged breach of contract. Yahoo Holdings and Oath, the company that runs the Yahoo search engine and which is owned by Verizon, filed a ...

Mozilla and Yahoo are suing each over Firefox's default search engine

Technology : Mashable: Tech

In yet another tech battle of the titans, Mozilla and Oath are suing each other over a contract that set Yahoo as the default search engine for Mozilla's Firefox browser.  SEE ALSO: Firefox just released a new ultra-fast web browser...

How Yahoo Can Get Its Search Mojo Back From Microsoft

Technology : ReadWriteWeb

Yahoo reportedly wants out of a deal that ties its search services to Microsoft, and is preparing new technological initiatives to reclaim its position in the search market. According to Kara Swisher at Re/code, Yahoo CEO Marissa Ma...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC