How is it possible that Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski could have earned over $100 Million dollars in annual salary and not be a criminal? That was the question rattling inside the heads of jurors as they deliberated the fate of Dennis Kozlowski. How could one person live in such a way that he had a $6,000 shower curtain, $15,000 dog-shaped umbrella stand, a $6,300 sewing basket, $2,900 worth of coat hangers and a set of sheets that cost $5,900? These items of excess along with millions of dollars of art by Monet and others were housed in a Manhattan apartment that Kozlowski sleep in only a few dozen times a year and it was all paid for by his employer Tyco? He must have stolen millions of dollars. No person can legally earn that much money. Can they?