Switzerland-based Tyco International is a diverse conglomerate that does a significant amount of business in the healthcare industry. The company's finances are not in great shape, but some of its recent weakness may have to do with an ongoing acquisition spree. In 2012, Tyco lost $270 million on about $10.5 billion gross revenues. Although it has $3 in debt for every $1 in cash on hand, it does enjoy an excellent free cash flow of nearly $900 million. Accordingly, it might be fair to bet on a turnaround in its fortunes.