Firefox owner Mozilla has extended its lucrative search deal with Google (GOOG) for three more years, through Nov. 2011, chair Mitchell Baker writes. What’s that mean? The Web browser dot-org will continue to make a lot of money — we estimate about $150 million of revenue this year, and close to $100 million in pre-tax profit. In our eyes, it’s yet another reason why CEO John Lilly should unlock the $4 billion we think Mozilla could be worth via an IPO.
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