Q & A with John Lilly, CEO of Mozilla Corp.

October 1, 2008 By Pete Carey

John Lilly became chief executive of Mozilla Corp. in January, moving up from his role as chief operating officer. He's been with the company that created the open-source Firefox browser since 2005, the year Firefox 1.5 was released.

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