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January 17, 2014
05:34 EDTTYCTyco has shortlist of private equity firms for Caps unit, WSJ reports
Tyco International (TYC) has shortlisted several private-equity firms as potential buyers for its South Korean security unit Caps Co., in what could be a $1.4B acquisition, sources say, reports the Wall Street Journal. KKR (KKR), Bain Capital, IMM PE and Carlyle Group (CG) are in the running, sources added. Reference Link
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January 27, 2015
09:08 EDTTYCTyco, AEG renews, expands partnership for STAPLES Center
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January 22, 2015
10:03 EDTTYCOn the Fly: Analyst Initiation Summary
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January 21, 2015
17:15 EDTTYCTyco initiated with a Sell at UBS
UBS initiated Tyco with a Sell rating and $40 price target, as the firm believes any upside in the stock is already factored into the company's guidance.
January 14, 2015
08:39 EDTTYCTyco says acquired assets of Grinnel, resolved disputes with historical insurers
Tyco said in a filing that as previously disclosed, during 4Q14, Tyco recorded a net charge of $465M related to asbestos liabilities, of which $225M related to Yarway Corporation liabilities and $240M related primarily to Grinnell. The company also disclosed that, in connection with claims primarily related to Grinnell, the company had resolved disputes with certain of its historical insurers and agreed that certain insurance proceeds would be used to establish and fund a qualified settlement fund, within the meaning of the Internal Revenue Code, which would be used for the resolution of certain of these liabilities. On January 9, 2015, the company completed a series of restructuring transactions related to the establishment and funding of a dedicated structure pursuant to which the company acquired the assets of Grinnell and transferred cash and other assets totaling approximately $278M, not including $22M received by the QSF from historic third-party insurers in settlement of coverage disputes, to the structure. As part of the restructuring, subsidiaries in the structure assumed certain liabilities related to historic Grinnell, Scott and Figgie operations, including all historical Grinnell asbestos liabilities, and such subsidiaries purchased additional insurance by, through or from a wholly-owned subsidiary in the structure in order to supplement and enhance existing insurance assets. The structure and the QSF fully fund all historic Grinnell asbestos liabilities and provide for the efficient and streamlined management of claims related thereto.

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