Inflight connectivity (IFC) provider Gogo, which was once considering selling or splitting up the company, now expects to close on a large investment this year as it eyes major growth—a dramatic turnaround for a company seemingly on the brink of collapse just last summer. Gogo expects to close a round of funding from strategic and financial investors by early May, on better terms than a round of debt and credit financing the company closed late last year during unfavorable debt market ...

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