Mozilla and Google are renegotiating a deal by which Google shares ad revenue that results from searches the browser drives to its site.
The partnership, which Mozilla renewed in 2008 for three more year, was set to expire in November. With that deadline and a noncommittal comment from Mozilla, Ed Bott, who blogs at ZDNet, surmised in a headline: "Google deal apparently ends."
But apparently there's some wiggle room in the organizations' relationship and the Googlebucks are still making their way across Mountain View.
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