According to a report by Bloomberg, Yahoo has several potential suitors interested in its core business. Following pressure from shareholders, and a failed turnaround effort under CEO Marissa Mayer, Yahoo put its core business up for sale and set an April 11 deadline for placing bids. Since Microsoft, Comcast and AT&T have all dropped out of the bidding, it seems that Verizon and Google are the clear favorites to take over ownership of the struggling Web property, although Google hasn’t stated definitively that it will make an offer, just that it’s “considering” it. Google is said to mainly be interested…

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