Tyco International

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Tyco International

A Swiss and American manufacturing conglomerate. Established in 1960, it initially operated primarily in semiconductor products and in research. It acquired more than 1,000 companies between the 1970s and 1990s, building itself into a health care, electronics and security company. These components separated into three companies in 2006. Tyco International took the security portion of its former operations. The company primarily sells security systems, CCTV equipment and related products for individuals, businesses and governments.
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A Professional Licensed Engineer, he held employment with Winchester Electronics, AMP Incorporated and, ultimately, he retired from the Digital Equipment Corporation.
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Harrisburg, PA-based AMP Incorporated, a major international supplier of interconnection products, recently announced a new business unit that began operating April 15 to manufacture high-performance specialty cable offering matched performance for advanced architecture requirements.
Earlier, Ripp was chairman and chief executive officer of AMP Incorporated, a publicly traded, international company.
A Professional Licensed Engineer, he held employment with Winchester Electronics, AMP Incorporated, and ultimately retired from the Digital Equipment Corporation.
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Prior to joining Textron, Wilburne established an investor relations program at Rite Aid, and also headed investor relations for AMP Incorporated, until the company merged with Tyco International.