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Tyco International, a manufacturing company, sued its former CEO, Dennis Kozlowski, in regard to his receipt of unauthorized bonuses from the company profits. Among his other wrongdoings, Kozlowski awarded unauthorized "special bonuses" to himself and over 40 other Tyco employees. In sum, he misappropriated from company funds over $100 million that he was not authorized to receive. Included in this misappropriation was the use of company funds for personal expenditures, such as $18 million to buy and redecorate his New York City apartment and $1 million for his wife's 40th birthday party, held on the Italian island of Sardinia. The extravagant party featured an ice sculpture of the statue of David urinating Stolichnaya vodka. Based on these and other corporate misdeeds in related criminal proceedings, Kozlowski is currently serving 8.33 to 25 years at the Mid-State Correctional Facility in New York. How do you think Kozlowski would have acted had he considered the public disclosure test before engaging in these corporate misdeeds? What if he applied the universalization test?


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