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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
AutoZone (AZO) - Get Report : AutoZone will be reporting earnings next week and Cramer said he expects good things from the company, especially after rival Advance Auto Parts (AAP) - Get Report posted strong sales that sent shares up over 5%.
Cramer said AutoZone is a buy, especially on any post-earnings weakness.
That was Cramer's takeaway from last night's interview with FireEye's CEO. FireEye has been losing money quarter after quarter, but it's also spending more and more to meet the huge demand and not cede any ground to its competitors.
In order to get the best, most trustworthy people, you need to pay up, and only FireEye has been certified by the Department of Homeland Security to offer the highest level of liability protection for its clients. That means if your company uses FireEye, you're indemnified from lawsuits if a hack does occur.
Cramer remains a fan of all the cyber security companies, including Palo Alto Networks, CyberArc (CYBR) - Get Report and Fortinet (FTNT) - Get Report , but only FireEye has a partnership with Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) - Get Report and is willing to spend whatever it takes to stay ahead of the hackers and their competition.
At just 19 years old, Millage now enjoys stock options, a 401(k), meals, clothing and other perks as a Chipotle general manager. He started at the company just over two years ago and through hard work, is now in the national spotlight.
Millage said that Chipotle's corporate culture is infectious, and the company provides all the tools and encouragement for those who want to be successful to be successful. He said he loves what he does, loves his team members and his many regular patrons, many of whom he knows by name.
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