Inflight connectivity provider Gogo is considering a sale, splitting up the company or other exit plans, and has been approached with a “number of inquiries in the past few weeks,” top executives said in a July 13 teleconference. The news came as the executives unveiled a major overhaul of the Chicago company, called Gogo 2020, including cutting 30% of the workforce over the next two years—including 55 positions this month—and changing its business model, such as no ...

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