The tool and mechanical locks maker says it expects low-single-digits organic growth for its security segment in 2017.
Rodney Bosch · April 24, 2017
Stanley plans to retain its commercial electronic security and automatic doors businesses.
SSI Staff · December 21, 2016
The company reported its North American security segment organic revenues declined 6% due primarily to lower volumes within the commercial electronic security business as 4Q'14 benefited from a large retail installation.
SSI Staff · January 28, 2016
Security net sales decreased 8% versus 3Q'14 as price (+1%) was more than offset by lower volumes (-2%) and currency (-7%).
SSI Staff · October 23, 2015
Net income from continuing operations was $236 million, up from $232 million a year earlier.
SSI Staff · July 30, 2015
The results were 17% higher than the same period one year ago and surpassed the analysts’ projections of $1.37 a share.
Rodney Bosch · August 04, 2014
After months of deal-making and regulatory review, Stanley Black & Decker has acquired about 95 percent of systems integrator and monitoring company Niscayah, Bloomberg reports.
September 06, 2011
The European Union (EU) has given Stanley Black & Decker the green light for its $1.2 billion offer for systems integrator Niscayah, Hartford Business reports.
August 24, 2011
As it strives to expand globally, Stanley Black & Decker placed a $1.2 billion cash bid for systems integrator Niscayah.
June 27, 2011