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Former Tyco CEO Kozlowski Gets Up to 25 years

Former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski is sentenced to eight to 25 years, following his conviction for stealing more than $600 million from the company's coffers. Kozlowski and former Tyco finance chief Mark Swartz were both given the maximum sentence for grand larceny and could come up for parole in eight years.

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