John F. Lundgren

2006

In 2006, John F. Lundgren earned a total compensation of $6.2M as Chairman and CEO at Stanley Black & Decker.

Compensation breakdown

Change in Pension Value and Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Earnings$138,116
Non-Equity Incentive Plan$1,303,879
Option Awards$974,912
Salary$833,333
Stock Awards$2,679,335
Other$234,139
Total$6,163,714

Lundgren received $2.7M in stock awards, accounting for 43.47% of the total pay in 2006.

Lundgren also received $138.1K of change in pension value and nonqualified deferred compensation earnings, $1.3M in non-equity incentive plan, $974.9K in option awards, $833.3K in salary and $234.1K in other compensation.

Rankings

In 2006, John F. Lundgren's compensation ranked 431st out of 6,581 executives tracked by ExecPay. In other words, Lundgren earned more than 93.5% of executives.

ClassificationRankingPercentile
All
431
out of 6,581
94th
Division
Manufacturing
128
out of 2,321
95th
Major group
Fabricated Metal Products, Except Machinery And Transportation Equipment
4
out of 112
96th
Industry group
Cutlery, Handtools, And General Hardware
1
out of 23
96th
Source: SEC filing on March 20, 2009.

Lundgren's colleagues

We found four more compensation records of executives who worked with John F. Lundgren at Stanley Black & Decker in 2006.

2006

James Loree

Stanley Black & Decker

Chief Financial Officer

2006

Thierry Paternot

Stanley Black & Decker

President, Stanley Tools, Europe

2006

Donald McIlnay

Stanley Black & Decker

Former Senior Vice President and President, Industrial Tools Group and Emerging Markets

2006

Hubert Davis

Stanley Black & Decker

Senior Vice President, Business

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