In 1960, Arthur J. Rosenberg founded Tyco, Incorporated, which was later named Tyco International. Over the next
four decades, Tyco experienced a roller-coaster ride with investments and divestments. In 2002, Tyco was embroiled in a corruption scandal, with money diverted to fund the lavish lifestyle of its chief executive Dennis Kozlowski.
Read the business case – Tyco International: Leadership Crisis – found in the Daniels Fund Ethics Institute – https://danielsethics.mgt.unm.edu/pdf/Tyco%20Case.pdf. Then, answer the following questions in essay format: