Dennis Kozlowski began his career serving in various management positions at SCM Corporation in New York City and Cabot Corporation in Boston. He
joined Tyco International in 1975 at a time when the company had $20 million in revenue. Kozlowski was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Tyco in 1989 and became its Chief Executive Officer in 1990. Under his leadership, Tyco grew to over $40 billion in revenue and a market capitalization in excess of $110 billion. Kozlowski received his BS in business administration from Seton Hall University and received a doctorate of business administration from the University of New Hampshire, Honoris Causa, and Roger Williams University.
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