Mozilla could get $1 billion in the fallout of Yahoo sale

08 July, 2016
As the final bids for Yahoo are lining up, Mozilla may be revealed as the big winner after the sale.

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  • Anonymous

her golden parachute is $157.9 million. so even if she completely destroyed yahoo, she comes out a winner.

  • Anonymous

I almost read that sign as 701st anniversary. Lol.

Yahoo is just like Nokia, too big to catch up changes. Full with bureaucrats and office politics Both ends up, or soon, in liquidation.

The yahoo messenger app took almost 2 years before it finally got an update. And the said update even erased all of the current contacts! Goes to show that this woman shouldn't have been appointed as CEO.

  • AnonD-113455

YahooMail User !, 08 Jul 2016Save our Yahoo Mail ! then do whatever you want to do with ... moreI still use yahoo mail for desktop and Android. Yahoo mail for Android is the best. It work with any email plus I can delete multiple emails at once unlike gmail you only delete one email at the time which is suck.

  • AnonD-107756

google buys yahoo .... end of the story

  • Techguy

YahooMail User !, 08 Jul 2016Save our Yahoo Mail ! then do whatever you want to do with ... moreGone too Go to Gmail

  • AnonD-551566

skud, 08 Jul 2016Article seems a little bit off for this site.that's why it's on the blog and not on the news section ;)

  • YahooMail User !

Save our Yahoo Mail ! then do whatever you want to do with Yahoo !
After using for years , for us Yahoo Mail is the best !!

  • skud

Article seems a little bit off for this site.

  • Anonymous

That's good.

Make Firefox great again!

  • Anonymous

i don't use any Mogilla or yahoo service . Is it supposedly going to effect my mother and me

  • AnonD-551566

wow interesting how mozilla add the clause thinking in a long term might be really profitable...
anyways let's hope for the best ^_^

Ha ha ha Marisa, she has destroyed Yahoo!
I for one will certainly not be sad to see it go however, Yahoo owns Flickr and it's just sad how they have completely ignored the world's greatest photos website and let the competition surge miles ahead and yet be completely indifferent.
I will be sad to see Flickr go as I upload there and love the site :-(