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Fast Company recognizes Mozilla as one of The World’s Most Innovative Companies

We are proud to share that Mozilla has been recognized in Fast Company’s annual guide to the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies – 2019, which honors global businesses “making the most profound impact on both industry and culture.”

Pictured: Mozilla COO Denelle Dixon

Mozilla earned #3 in the security category, and #49 overall on their 2019 list of the 50 Most Innovative Companies in recognition of our team’s excellent work to protect people’s privacy with Facebook Container.

Through our products, technology and policy work, Mozilla and Firefox will continue leading the fight for transparency, privacy, safety and the overall health of the web to empower people everywhere.

Fast Company has previously recognized Mozilla’s impact on technology and the open web: DNS over HTTPS Facebook Container, Firefox Monitor, the Firefox Election Bundle and the Responsible Computer Science Challenge.

Fast Company’s March/April 2019 issue is on newsstands.

5 comments on “Fast Company recognizes Mozilla as one of The World’s Most Innovative Companies”

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  1. Syed Altaf Hossain wrote on

    FIREFOX is very important and useful for all of us. Many thanks for your this effort.

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  2. Vettivelu Sabanathan wrote on

    Mozilla is always a fighter against the other Tech Giants who are profit oriented, where as Mozilla is Non profit orginisation making people learn and accept its genuine success among the odds.

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  3. ayan wrote on

    Thanks for sharing this post. Helpful and Informative.

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  4. Bob James wrote on

    Microsoft is also very innovation when it comes to acting like an abusive monopoly.

    I have to run Windows 7. Bing has inserted itself into Firefox to become my default search engine. It used to just open up as the first tab on Firefox. Now, it takes a long time to load Firefox because Windows 7 is installing Bing on Firefox and delaying progress.

    I hope Mozilla Firefox figures this out soon and sues the rat bastard monopoly.

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    1. M.J. Kelly wrote on

      Hi Bob,

      Here’s how to change your default search engine: https://support.mozilla.org/kb/change-your-default-search-settings-firefox#w_default-search-engine

      Here’s how to make Firefox your default browser in Windows 10: https://support.mozilla.org/kb/how-change-your-default-browser-windows-10

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