Ars Technica reports:
Verizon is reportedly ready to give up on Yahoo and AOL after spending a combined $9 billion on the once-dominant Internet brands that fell from prominence years before Verizon bought them.
“Verizon is exploring a sale of assets including Yahoo and AOL, as the telecommunications giant looks to exit an expensive and unsuccessful bet on digital media,” The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday.
The sale process involves private-equity firm Apollo Global Management and “could lead to a deal worth $4 billion to $5 billion,” the Journal wrote, citing “people familiar with the matter.”
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— Ars Technica (@arstechnica) April 29, 2021