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Danaher plans to split its life sciences unit from its industrials unit following the Pall acquisition.
The company is betting on higher defense spending.
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Tyco International has changed a lot since the fall of ex-CEO Dennis Kozlowski, but it may be time for the firm to return to its old deal-making ways.
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Many companies successfully mix defense and commercial -- commercial planemaker Boeing Co., for instance -- but a perception remains that Pentagon vendors struggle outside the government market.