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Page entitled : Rise and fall of Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski

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How Dennis Kozlowski successfully emulated Jack Welch's strategies for Tyco at first, before greed and over-confidence led to his demise.

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Along with his soaring compensation, Dennis Kozlowski also increasingly indulged in luxuries : a $31 million Fifth Avenue apartment when he moved the corporate headquarters to New York City in 1995, $30 million for a palatial mansion in Boca Raton, Florida, when he moved them to the Bermudas, following Tyco’s reverse merger with ADT  ...


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