Yahoo and Mozilla are suing each other after their big Firefox search partnership fell apart
|12/06/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
Yahoo and Mozilla, the maker of the Firefox web browser, are embroiled in a legal fight over a 2014 deal that made Yahoo the default search engine for Firefox users in the US.
The search partnership, which was worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year and was supposed to run through 2019, was one of the biggest deals struck by former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and raised hopes that the pioneering web portal might be able to revive its business.
But Yahoo has since been acquired by Verizon. And in the eyes of Mozilla, that was grounds to terminate the agreement. read more >>>