Shares of online music streaming service Pandora (P)  slid 7.7% to close at $8.74 Tuesday as a decisive KKR investment is set to close.

Last month, private Equity firm KKR invested $150 million in Pandora, with a further provision of $100 million at Pandora's discretion.

In return, KKR would receive a board seat in the company and preferred shares, if Pandora had not sold itself within 30 days.

The 30-day deadline arrives on Thursday.

One firm interested in Pandora is Liberty Media (LMCA) which has a majority stake in satellite radio group Sirius XM (SIRI) . Evercore ISI noted last month that a deal between the two was "certainly possible."

However, should that deal fail to happen Verizon Communications (VZ) has reportedly considered making a push for Pandora, according to the New York Post.

Shares of Pandora are lower over 17% the past month.

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