Tyco International Ltd. finally unveiled its long-awaited breakup plan Friday, saying it intends to spend nearly $1 billion to spin its healthcare and electronics businesses out to shareholders.

The Bermuda-based conglomerate said that the split, which had been rumored since November, is designed to give each of its sprawling units the freedom to grow at their own pace.

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