James M. Loree

Stanley Black & Decker

President and CEO

Overview

James M. Loree received an average compensation of $8,813,714 at Stanley Black & Decker from 2006 to 2018.

Annual data

2018

In 2018, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $13,563,404 as President and CEO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking254 out of 8,301
Percentile96.9%

James M. Loree's 2018 compensation ranked 254th out of 8,301 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 96.9% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking1 out of 26
Percentile96.2%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2018 pay ranked 1st, among 26 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 96.2% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,044,304
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,785,000
Option Awards$1,990,500
Salary$1,250,000
Stock Awards$6,009,512
Other$484,088
Total$13,563,404

Loree received $6,009,512 in stock awards, which accounts for 44.31% of total compensation.

Loree also received $2,044,304 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1,785,000 in non-equity incentive plan, $1,990,500 in option awards, $1,250,000 in salary and $484,088 in other compensation.

2017

In 2017, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $16,211,415 as President and CEO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking223 out of 13,165
Percentile98.3%

James M. Loree's 2017 compensation ranked 223rd out of 13,165 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 98.3% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking1 out of 31
Percentile96.8%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2017 pay ranked 1st, among 31 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 96.8% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$3,826,489
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$2,851,200
Option Awards$2,313,000
Salary$1,204,167
Stock Awards$5,687,086
Other$329,473
Total$16,211,415

Loree received $5,687,086 in stock awards, which accounts for 35.08% of total compensation.

Loree also received $3,826,489 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $2,851,200 in non-equity incentive plan, $2,313,000 in option awards, $1,204,167 in salary and $329,473 in other compensation.

2016

In 2016, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $12,614,724 as President and CEO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking327 out of 13,853
Percentile97.6%

James M. Loree's 2016 compensation ranked 327th out of 13,853 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 97.6% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking1 out of 30
Percentile96.7%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2016 pay ranked 1st, among 30 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 96.7% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$1,189,211
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,615,320
Option Awards$4,757,251
Salary$992,500
Stock Awards$3,833,202
Other$227,240
Total$12,614,724

Loree received $4,757,251 in option awards, which accounts for 37.71% of total compensation.

Loree also received $1,189,211 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1,615,320 in non-equity incentive plan, $992,500 in salary, $3,833,202 in stock awards and $227,240 in other compensation.

2015

In 2015, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $6,566,324 as President and CEO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking1,080 out of 13,574
Percentile92.0%

James M. Loree's 2015 compensation ranked 1,080th out of 13,574 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 92.0% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking2 out of 34
Percentile94.1%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2015 pay ranked 2nd, among 34 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 94.1% of executives in this industry.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,092,690
Option Awards$1,097,000
Salary$835,000
Stock Awards$3,279,902
Other$261,732
Total$6,566,324

Loree received $3,279,902 in stock awards, which accounts for 49.95% of total compensation.

Loree also received $1,092,690 in non-equity incentive plan, $1,097,000 in option awards, $835,000 in salary and $261,732 in other compensation.

2014

In 2014, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $9,752,568 as President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking535 out of 12,876
Percentile95.8%

James M. Loree's 2014 compensation ranked 535th out of 12,876 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 95.8% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking2 out of 28
Percentile92.9%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2014 pay ranked 2nd, among 28 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 92.9% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,887,907
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,549,530
Option Awards$999,000
Salary$810,000
Stock Awards$3,276,946
Other$229,185
Total$9,752,568

Loree received $3,276,946 in stock awards, which accounts for 33.60% of total compensation.

Loree also received $2,887,907 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1,549,530 in non-equity incentive plan, $999,000 in option awards, $810,000 in salary and $229,185 in other compensation.

2013

In 2013, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $8,554,885 as President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking553 out of 11,965
Percentile95.4%

James M. Loree's 2013 compensation ranked 553rd out of 11,965 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 95.4% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking4 out of 28
Percentile85.7%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2013 pay ranked 4th, among 28 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 85.7% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$2,825,465
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$717,660
Option Awards$1,035,000
Salary$810,000
Stock Awards$2,976,181
Other$190,579
Total$8,554,885

Loree received $2,976,181 in stock awards, which accounts for 34.79% of total compensation.

Loree also received $2,825,465 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $717,660 in non-equity incentive plan, $1,035,000 in option awards, $810,000 in salary and $190,579 in other compensation.

2012

In 2012, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $7,332,185 as President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking694 out of 10,949
Percentile93.7%

James M. Loree's 2012 compensation ranked 694th out of 10,949 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 93.7% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking4 out of 26
Percentile84.6%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2012 pay ranked 4th, among 26 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 84.6% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$1,480,620
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$967,200
Option Awards$867,500
Salary$785,000
Stock Awards$3,027,988
Other$203,877
Total$7,332,185

Loree received $3,027,988 in stock awards, which accounts for 41.30% of total compensation.

Loree also received $1,480,620 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $967,200 in non-equity incentive plan, $867,500 in option awards, $785,000 in salary and $203,877 in other compensation.

2011

In 2011, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $7,332,566 as President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking612 out of 10,035
Percentile93.9%

James M. Loree's 2011 compensation ranked 612th out of 10,035 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 93.9% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking4 out of 20
Percentile80.0%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2011 pay ranked 4th, among 20 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 80.0% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$987,233
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,401,750
Option Awards$906,000
Salary$765,000
Stock Awards$2,956,745
Other$315,838
Total$7,332,566

Loree received $2,956,745 in stock awards, which accounts for 40.32% of total compensation.

Loree also received $987,233 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1,401,750 in non-equity incentive plan, $906,000 in option awards, $765,000 in salary and $315,838 in other compensation.

2010

In 2010, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $19,242,903 as President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking89 out of 9,477
Percentile99.1%

James M. Loree's 2010 compensation ranked 89th out of 9,477 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 99.1% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking3 out of 21
Percentile85.7%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2010 pay ranked 3rd, among 21 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 85.7% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$530,983
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,914,960
Option Awards$837,000
Salary$720,833
Stock Awards$14,945,442
Other$293,685
Total$19,242,903

Loree received $14,945,442 in stock awards, which accounts for 77.67% of total compensation.

Loree also received $530,983 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1,914,960 in non-equity incentive plan, $837,000 in option awards, $720,833 in salary and $293,685 in other compensation.

2009

In 2009, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $4,809,029 as Executive Vice President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking714 out of 8,703
Percentile91.8%

James M. Loree's 2009 compensation ranked 714th out of 8,703 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 91.8% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking2 out of 20
Percentile90.0%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2009 pay ranked 2nd, among 20 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 90.0% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$258,922
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$976,000
Option Awards$595,500
Salary$610,000
Stock Awards$2,307,946
Other$60,661
Total$4,809,029

Loree received $2,307,946 in stock awards, which accounts for 47.99% of total compensation.

Loree also received $258,922 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $976,000 in non-equity incentive plan, $595,500 in option awards, $610,000 in salary and $60,661 in other compensation.

2008

In 2008, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $2,670,114 as Executive Vice President and COO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking1,607 out of 7,730
Percentile79.2%

James M. Loree's 2008 compensation ranked 1,607th out of 7,730 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 79.2% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking3 out of 16
Percentile81.3%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2008 pay ranked 3rd, among 16 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 81.3% of executives in this industry.

Non-Equity Incentive Plan$562,929
Option Awards$288,500
Salary$605,000
Stock Awards$1,053,760
Other$159,925
Total$2,670,114

Loree received $1,053,760 in stock awards, which accounts for 39.46% of total compensation.

Loree also received $562,929 in non-equity incentive plan, $288,500 in option awards, $605,000 in salary and $159,925 in other compensation.

2007

In 2007, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $2,731,455 as Executive Vice President and COO, Former Executive Vice President and CFO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking1,474 out of 6,983
Percentile78.9%

James M. Loree's 2007 compensation ranked 1,474th out of 6,983 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 78.9% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking2 out of 17
Percentile88.2%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2007 pay ranked 2nd, among 17 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 88.2% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$165,883
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$788,800
Option Awards$499,116
Salary$580,000
Stock Awards$534,507
Other$163,149
Total$2,731,455

Loree received $788,800 in non-equity incentive plan, which accounts for 28.88% of total compensation.

Loree also received $165,883 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $499,116 in option awards, $580,000 in salary, $534,507 in stock awards and $163,149 in other compensation.

2006

In 2006, James M. Loree earned a total compensation of $3,196,704 as Executive Vice President and COO, Former Executive Vice President and CFO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Ranking867 out of 5,364
Percentile83.8%

James M. Loree's 2006 compensation ranked 867th out of 5,364 executive pay records tracked by us this year.

James M. Loree earned more than 83.8% of all executives tracked by us in 2018.

IndustryCutlery, handtools & general hardware
Ranking3 out of 23
Percentile87.0%

In the industry of cutlery, handtools & general hardware, James M. Loree's 2006 pay ranked 3rd, among 23 executive pay records.

James M. Loree earned more than 87.0% of executives in this industry.

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$179,807
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$501,994
Option Awards$748,762
Salary$555,000
Stock Awards$1,087,049
Other$124,092
Total$3,196,704

Loree received $1,087,049 in stock awards, which accounts for 34.01% of total compensation.

Loree also received $179,807 of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $501,994 in non-equity incentive plan, $748,762 in option awards, $555,000 in salary and $124,092 in other compensation.