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Air Deccan (B)
Air Deccan concluded its Initial Public Offering (IPO) in May 2006, which did not receive a strong positive investor response. The company had reported a loss in the previous year. It further suffered a financial crunch ...
Air Deccan (C)
Air Deccan planned to raise $100 million (Rs 450 crore) by selling up to 26% stake to professional investor(s). This was the consequence of a debt that needed to be paid. The situation was grim for Air Deccan. Some of the ...
Air Deccan (A)
Air Deccan was about to come up with its Initial Public Offering (IPO) issue in May 2006. The major decision was one of deciding the price band for the IPO. Air Deccan, as India’s first low cost carrier (LCC), grew steadily ...
Kingfisher Airlines (D)
Air Deccan (D)
In May 2007, Air Deccan was up for sale. The case explores various options present with Vijay Mallya as he endeavours to compete in a changing aviation industry. The questions in front of him are whether he should acquire ...