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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Tyco International Ltd (NYSE:TYC), a fire protection and security company, disclosed on Thursday that at its special general meeting of shareholders on 9 September 2014 each presented proposal was approved, accordingly, the merger between the company and its wholly owned subsidiary Tyco International plc is expected to be completed in November 2014.
Swiss security products and services group Tyco International (NYSE:TYC) said today it had wrapped up its acquisition of a 75% interest in UAE-based valve manufacturer KEF Holdings for nearly USD300m (EUR208.
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NEW YORK - The Securities and Exchange Commission has concluded a review of financial reports filed by Tyco International Ltd.
Dennis Kozlowski, chairman and chief executive officer of Tyco International, said the company was "in a number of discussions and negotiations for CIT.
The lawsuit accused Tyco International of infringing on three K-C patents through its Kendall Healthcare Products Unit.
The US telecomms equipment maker Lucent Technologies has agreed to sell its Power Systems business to the manufacturing and services company Tyco International Ltd for USD2.
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Tyco International (NYSE: TYC) announced today that its ADT North America Commercial Security business unit, the industry's leading security systems integrator, will officially go by its new name, Tyco Integrated Security, effective immediately.