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Tyco International Ltd. (TYC: Quote) announced that Kathryn Mikells will take the role of chief financial officer of The ADT Corporation to be created upon separation from Tyco later this year.

Mikells, 46, joins ADT from Nalco, where she served as chief financial officer. Prior to joining Nalco in October 2010, Mikells served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of UAL Corporation, the parent company of United Airlines.

During her 16 years with UAL, she held a variety of senior leadership roles, including vice president of investor relations, vice president of financial planning and analysis, and vice president and treasurer.

Before joining UAL, Mikells spent six years in the financial services industry with companies such as GE Capital Corporate Finance and Household International. Mikells serves on the board of directors for The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. and The Weitz Company.

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