The list of potential bidders for all or parts of Yahoo! (YHOO) keeps growing, with the U.K.'s Daily Mail the latest company to express interest. Monday had been the deadline for Yahoo! bidders to submit offers, but the company extended that deadline to next week. Between now and then, a lot may change, according to Scott Kessler, and equity analyst at &P Capital IQ, who says the situation with Yahoo! is very fluid. 'The company really hasn't been communicating with the public directly about the timetable, and the process, and the interested parties, and what's going to happen next.' Said Kessler, who believes the company may provide more information next week when it reports earnings. Potential buyers for Yahoo!, according to reports, include Alphabet (GOOG) and Verizon (VZ) .
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