- American City Business Journals•2 months ago
The company formerly known as Newell Rubbermaid is following through on its promise to shed some brands following its merger with Jarden Corp. Newell, now known as Newell Brands (NWL), is selling its tool business, including its Irwin and Lenox brands, to Stanley Black & Decker for $1.95 billion. Stanley Black & Decker said the business has annual revenues of $760 million.
- Associated Press•2 months ago
Tool company Stanley Black & Decker Inc. is buying Newell Brands' tools division for $1.95 billion in cash. The unit includes the industrial cutting, hand tool and power tool accessory brands Irwin and ...
- Investopedia•3 months ago
Investing in companies that make safes could be a smart move, given the proliferation of negative interest rate policies being enacted worldwide.
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