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One reason for Tyco's low profile is its decidedly unglamorous but fast-growing roster of businesses. Here's what the mix will look like after Tyco's deal to buy CIT Group goes through:ELECTRONICS: $13 billion sales
Components, including connectors, switches, and sensorsHEALTH CARE: $9 billion sales
Syringes and wound-care products; includes plastics unit that makes garbage bags and sheetingFIRE, SECURITY SYSTEMS: $8 billion sales
Fire protection and electronic security, including ADTTYCOM: $3 billion sales
Makes and installs undersea communications systems for the telecom industry, building a global networkCIT GROUP: $6 billion sales*
Third-largest commercial-finance company in the U.S.* CIT sales estimate for 12 monthsFLOW CONTROL: $4 billion sales
Industrial valves and controlsTOTAL 2001 SALES*: $38.5 billion* Sales are estimates for fiscal year ending Sept. 30, assuming ownership of CIT for one quarter
Data: Tyco International, Merrill Lynch