One of the biggest websites in the world could soon be property of Verizon.
Yahoo will be bought by the internet and phone giant for $4.83 billion, Reuters reports.
AT&T and a group lead by the co-founder of Quicken Loans were also in the running for the embattled site, USA Today reports.
Yahoo owns Tumblr and photo-sharing service Flickr. It also owns the video advertising company BrightRoll.
Yahoo was once dominant in the early days of the internet, and it still brings in about a billion monthly users, Fortune reports. But its financial struggles have been well-documented.
Be honest: Would you miss Yahoo if this deal went through?
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