Turkcell Harvard Case Solution & Analysis


This case centers on the investor dispute between three important stockholders of Turkcell, and the way its management compete against growing regulatory intervention and marketplace competition in the lack of a fully-functioning board. The conflict for control of the Turkish telecom giant led to numerous years where the company couldn’t hold annual shareholder meetings, revive its board of directors, or pay dividends, and lacked a board-approved operating budget.

Although, it sustained its market leader share and was the only telecom player with positive EBITDA in the marketplace. What were the consequences of this dispute for Turkcell’s wide-ranging aspirations? Would the continuing battle affect management, talent, and also the business’s financial performance?

PUBLICATION DATE: September 29, 2014 PRODUCT #: 715009-HCB-ENG

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