What's driving AutoZone's growth?

The recession-era drop in auto sales meant people were keeping their cars longer, a boon for auto parts retailer AutoZone, which grew from 2,000 to more than 5,000 stores over the last decade and on Wednesday reported a 15% rise in fourth-quarter profits. The retailer spent $560 million to buy back 1.3 million shares during the quarter.

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