- American City Business Journals•12 hours ago
Richard “Trip” Miller III with Gullane Capital Partners LLC, who recently spoke to the Memphis Business Journal about trade and border taxes, said Amazon still has some work to do before it could start to impact auto retailers such as locally headquartered AutoZone Inc.
- American City Business Journals•yesterday
As trade and border tax talks continue in the nation’s capital, two Memphis-based public companies remain at the center of the conversation — FedEx and AutoZone. FedEx Corp.’s chairman and CEO Fred Smith and AutoZone Inc.’s CEO William “Bill” Rhodes have both traveled to Washington, D.C, to meet with the Trump administration and voice concerns about how a protectionist attitude towards trade could harm U.S. businesses and how a proposed tax on imports could negatively impact the retail industry. For additional insight, the Memphis Business Journal turned to Richard “Trip” Miller III, managing partner at Memphis-based hedge fund Gullane Capital Partners LLC, which holds AutoZone and FedEx in its fund, among others.
BTIG’s Alan Rifkin expressed optimism regarding AutoZone, Inc. (NYSE: AZO )'s industry-leading return on invested capital of 34 percent, disciplined capital management and robust industry fundamentals, ...
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|Day's Range||726.12 - 734.96|
|52 Week Range||713.09 - 819.54|
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|PE Ratio (TTM)||17.38|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|