Stanley Black & Decker, Inc., formerly The Stanley Works, focuses on operating in the hand and power tools, and storage industries. It focuses on mechanical and electronic security and engineered fasteners with brands, such as Stanley, Black & Decker, FatMax, DeWalt, Bostitch, Porter-Cable, Facom, Emhart Teknologies, Proto, Kwikset and Mac Tools.
In March 2010, the Company announced that it has completed its merger with The Black & Decker Corporation. In July 2010, Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. announced that it has acquired CRC-Evans International (CRC-Evans), a global supplier of specialized tools, equipment and services for the construction of oil and natural gas transmission pipelines.
|FY, 2016||FY, 2015||FY, 2014||FY, 2013||FY, 2012|
|$11.2 B||$11.3 B||$11 B|
Revenue growth, %
|$4.07 B||$4.1 B||$3.93 B|
|$1.75 B||$1.68 B||$1.47 B|
Operating expense total
|$2.92 B||$3.02 B||$3.35 B|
|$180 M||$177 M||$160 M||$144 M|
Income tax expense
|$249 M||$227 M||$68.6 M||$75.8 M|
|$882 M||$761 M||$489 M|
Operating cash flow
|$-31.2 M||$400 K||$-220 M|