Verizon is reportedly 'clear favorite' to acquire Yahoo, with a little push from Tim Armstrong

Verizon has emerged as the "clear favorite" to acquire key Internet business assets from struggling search and media giant Yahoo.

According to Reuters, AOL chief executive Tim Armstrong is internally pushing Verizon management along. After spending $4.4 billion to acquire AOL last year, Armstrong is telling management that they can further bolster the company's online content and service's business by buying key assets from Yahoo, as well.

You can read the full Reuters report here

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