Opera Software triples third-quarter loss
Opera Software, the maker of the No. 3 Web browser, reported a third-quarter net loss Friday that was more than three times greater than the year before, despite an increase in revenue. Its shares fell 6.5 percent. Opera reported a loss of 1.68 million kroner ($267,000) for the July-September period, compared with a loss of 559 million kroner in the same period last year. We are suffering from the dollar. Most of the cost increase came from employing more people.
As much as I love Mozilla, I hope Opera can stick around. It would be ashame to lose them...Comment by Pete Prodoehl at November 12, 2004 06:06 PM | Permalink
ya, would really suck losing another alternative to IE, although they arent open source.Comment by me at November 13, 2004 06:02 AM | Permalink