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Ex-Tyco Chief Defends Bonuses in Court

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Dennis Kozlowski, the former chief executive of Tyco International, has taken the stand in his own defense. Kozlowski offered an explanation of bonuses his employees' claimed were unauthorized. Kozlowski is accused of looting the company of $150 million and artificially inflating its stock.

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