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The Hartford CourantThe former chairman of Stanley Black & Decker Inc., Nolan D. Archibald, made $23.9 million in 2012, his last full year before retiring in March. John F. Lundgren, Stanley's chairman and chief executive, pulled down $14.4 million in 2012, according to...
Even after Stanley Black & Decker shareholders rejected the tool and security company's executive pay plan last spring, the company paid Nolan D. Archibald, its executive chairman and the former CEO of Black & Decker, a total of $64.4 million in 2011....
Black & Decker Inc. has settled with the federal government to pay $960,000 in order to end the inquiry into whether the company did not report safety problems with a weed whacker it sold, according to a statement Wednesday by the U.S. Consumer Product...
One of my sons and his wife returned from a trip to Paris a couple weeks ago. They came for dinner and showed us their pictures. Of the Palace at Versailles and its magnificence, he remarked, "No wonder there was a revolution." I had the same reaction...
Constellation Energy Group is reportedly in the final stages of takeover negotiations that could see it absorbed by the Chicago-based power company Exelon Corp., a deal that would usher Baltimore's last Fortune 500 company headquarters out of town. For...
The Hartford CourantWhen ING Group bought Aetna's financial services business nine years ago, not many in the Hartford area — or elsewhere in the country, for that matter — had ever heard of the Dutch financial services company. After tens of millions spent on...
The Hartford CourantThe Stanley Works, long a giant in American toolmaking, will buy The Black & Decker Corp. in an all-stock deal worth about $4.5 billion, the companies said Monday after the stock markets closed. The new enterprise will be called Stanley Black & Decker...
The Hartford CourantOn any given day, The Stanley Works is the big daddy in tools in this town, aka the Hardware City. But in America, competition has a way of sprouting just about everywhere, including in the hometown champ's backyard. That was the case for Stanley on...
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The Hartford CourantJust months after eliminating 2,000 jobs worldwide, New Britain-based Stanley Works announced plans Friday to cut another 550 jobs by mid-year. The announcement comes as the tool and security equipment manufacturer struggles with falling demand. The...
Special to The CourantTraditional banks turned into diversified financial institutions. Manufacturers evolved into leaner, higher-technology operations with fewer production workers. Those two trends explain a lot about how employment has changed on the list of Connecticut'...
The Hartford CourantAfter years of theater expansion across the state, the momentum has slowed as institutions now face a new power-base reality: a new governor, a new legislature and a new state commission for culture and tourism. No longer are there tens of millions in...
After years of dramatic shifts in Connecticut's corporate landscape, 2001 brought few changes in the addresses of the state's largest publicly traded companies. But for most, the year was far from quiet. The Courant's annual ranking of the 100 largest...
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