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  1. •Tyco International Plc provides security products and services, fire detection and suppression products and services and life safety products. The company's portfolio of products and services are sold under brand names such as Tyco, SimplexGrinnell, Sensormatic, Wormald, Ansul, Simple x, Grinnell, Scott and ADT. Rosenburg founded Tyco, Inc. Tyco International Plc was formed as part of Tyco International Ltd. Tyco International Plc was incorporated on May 9, 2014 and is headquartered in Mahon, Ireland. TYCO
  2. The Tyco International scandal refers to the 2002 theft by former company CEO and Chairman Dennis Kozlowski and former corporate Chief Financial Officer Mark Swartz of as much as $600 million from the firm. It also includes; • The unethical leadership • Unethical business practice of subordinates • Questionable auditing practice on Tyco's business
  3. SOLUTIONS Tyco's unethical problems in 2002 were complex and required multiple solutions to address the various issues. Some of the solutions that Tyco implemented to address the unethical problems include: •Management and Board Overhaul •Restitution and Fines •Strengthening Corporate Governance •Cultural Shift
  4. •Evaluate the company's financial performance •Assess the competitive landscape •Review the company's leadership and corporate governance practices •Monitor industry trends and developments •Consider any risks and challenges RECOMMENDATION
  5. The Tyco crisis of 2002 was a major incident in corporate history that brought about significant internal reforms inside the organization and emphasized the value of good corporate governance and moral conduct. Allegations of insider trading, accounting fraud, and lavish spending by top executives, including CEO Dennis Kozlowski, were all part of the controversy. Kozlowski and other top executives were forced to retire as a result of the scandal, and other fraud suspects were charged with crimes and given prison terms. The crisis also brought heightened focus to corporate governance procedures and emphasized how important it is for businesses to have robust processes in place to deter unethical conduct. Tyco International has since undergone significant changes, including a restructuring in 2007 that saw the company divest non-core businesses and focus on its core businesses in security, fire protection, and flow control. The company has also made efforts to improve its corporate governance practices and has implemented stronger ethical guidelines and compliance procedures. CONCLUSION
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