AutoZone, Inc. (AZO)

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AutoZone, Inc. engages in retailing and distributing automotive replacement parts and accessories. The company’s stores offer various products for cars, sport utility vehicles, vans, and light trucks, including new and remanufactured automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories, and non-automotive products. Its automotive hard part products include A/C compressors, batteries and accessories, belts and hoses, carburetors, chassis, clutches, CV axles, engines, fuel pumps, fuses, ignition, lighting, mufflers, starters and alternators, water pumps, radiators, and thermostats. The company’s maintenance items comprise antifreeze and windshield washer fluid; brake drums, rotors, shoes, and pads; brake and power chemicals; steering fluid, oil, and fuel additives; oil and transmission fluid; oil, air, fuel, and transmission filters; oxygen sensors; paint and accessories; refrigerant and accessories; shock absorbers and struts; spark plugs and wires; and windshield wipers. Its discretionary product line consist of air fresheners, cell phone accessories, drinks and snacks, floor mats and seat covers, mirrors, performance products, protectants and cleaners, sealants and adhesives, steering wheel covers, stereos and radios, tools, and wash and wax products. In addition, the company provides commercial sales program that provides commercial credit and the delivery of parts and other products to local, regional, and national repair garages, dealers, service stations, and public sector accounts. Further, it sells automotive diagnostic and repair software under the ALLDATA brand name through the alldata.com and alldatadiy.com; and automotive hard parts, maintenance items, accessories, and non-automotive products through the autozone.com. It operates 5,109 stores, including 4,767 stores in 49 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico; 341 stores in Mexico; and 1 store in Brazil. AutoZone, Inc. was founded in 1979 and is based in Memphis, Tennessee.
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Michael Baker Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Feb 27, '19     1035.00  Feb 27, '20  N/A 
Seth Sigman Credit Suisse Buy   Feb 27, '19     1050.00  Feb 27, '20  N/A 
Michael Lasser UBS Buy   Feb 27, '19     1065.00  Feb 27, '20  N/A 
Christopher Horvers JPMorgan Buy   Feb 26, '19     995.00  Feb 26, '20  N/A 
Seth Sigman Credit Suisse Buy   Nov 28, '18     854.00  Nov 28, '19  N/A 
Michael Baker Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Nov 26, '18     940.00  Nov 26, '19  N/A 
Brian Nagel Oppenheimer & Co. Buy   Sep 19, '18     860.00  Sep 19, '19  N/A 
Christopher Horvers JPMorgan Buy   Sep 19, '18     880.00  Sep 19, '19  N/A 
Kate Mcshane Citi Buy   Sep 19, '18     850.00  Sep 19, '19  N/A 
Michael Baker Deutsche Bank Securities Buy   Aug 01, '18     805.00  Aug 01, '19  N/A 
Christopher Horvers JPMorgan Buy   May 23, '18     800.00  May 23, '19  N/A 
Brian Nagel Oppenheimer & Co. Buy   May 22, '18     860.00  May 22, '19  N/A 
Kate Mcshane Citi Buy   Mar 01, '18     790.00  Mar 01, '19  N/A 
Brian Nagel Oppenheimer & Co. Buy   Feb 28, '18     860.00  Feb 28, '19  N/A 
Christopher Horvers JPMorgan Buy   Feb 28, '18     900.00  Feb 28, '19  N/A 
Alan Rifkin Barclays Buy   Feb 27, '18     825.00  Feb 27, '19  N/A 
Michael Lasser UBS Buy   Feb 23, '18     875.00  Feb 23, '19  N/A 
Chris Graja Argus Research Company Buy   Feb 02, '18     875.00  Feb 02, '19  N/A 
Kate Mcshane Citi Buy   Dec 06, '17     820.00  Dec 06, '18  N/A 
Brian Nagel Oppenheimer & Co. Buy   Dec 05, '17       Dec 05, '18  N/A 
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