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    Doug Kass shares his views every day on RealMoneyPros.  . Today's Movers and Something to Watch. Posted at 11:45 AM EDT on Friday May 22, 2015.   Major indices continue to show little movement as we approached the noon hour, although they have turned down in the last half hour. As always, some individual movers in today's trading.

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    Doug Kass shares his views every day on RealMoneyPros.  . Yellen No Big Impact. Posted at 2:39 PM EDT on Friday, May 22, 2015. Stop me if I have said this a half dozen times today -- the market remains mostly flat with 90 minutes left to close. Interesting report on CNBC that Microsoft and Salesforce have held significant talks about acquisition but disagreed on price.

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    Shares of AutoZone (AZO), the second-largest auto parts retailer in the U.S. by revenue, has been on a solid run in 2015. Just as impressive, if not moreso, is that AutoZone (AZO) shares continue to dominate the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT), which is up just 3% so far in 2015. So with AutoZone (AZO) stock having already done so well, how much runway is left, and what will drive shares higher?

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    After better-than-expected results from cloud giant Salesforce.com (CRM), there's no question that competition for fast-growing markets like the cloud and Big Data has grown more fierce. Workday stock closed Friday at $92.18, up 0.39%. The shares are up 13% year to date, besting the broader averages. Sure, Salesforce continues to raise the bar.

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    Living ain't always easy in Silicon Valley -- especially for entrepreneurs, surprisingly enough. The Golden State is home to some of the worst cities to start a business in the United States, according to a study from WalletHub, a provider of tools and information to help consumers and small business owners make better financial decisions and save money.

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    Edison International (EIX) could change retirement savings. Supreme Court prescribed some fixes to the retirement-savings world this week, but the long-term side effects could have some workers thinking they've been given bad medicine. The basic idea here is a simple one that impacts all retirement savers: Workers should have access to the best fee structures available for their retirement plan.

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    While Memorial Day weekend is a traditional time for Americans to grill their own hamburgers and hot dogs, our collective appetite for fast-food burgers just continues to grow. According to research firm NPD Group, Americans consumed a record nine billion burgers outside the home in 2014.

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     . It's no secret that the technology sector has been on fire over the past few years, ushering in the initial public offerings of companies such as Facebook (FB), Zynga (ZNGA) and many others. Often, following an event like an IPO or a merger, co-founders will cash out and buy themselves a few things, like an expensive car, or in some cases real estate.

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    International travel to the U.S. will set a record this year even with the strong dollar, according to the executive tasked will promoting America as a must-see destination. Chris Thompson, the CEO of Brand USA, says 75 million international visitors came to the U.S. last year, and he expects that number to increase by 4% to 5% this year.

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    MF Global was a publicly traded futures broker that went down in spectacular fashion in one of the most dramatic financial collapses in market history. Goldman Sachs (GS)  alumnus Jon Corzine, MF's CEO and also a former senator and governor of New Jersey led the company into a disaster of epic proportions thanks to the lack of internal controls and his massive ego.

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    With summer travel months fast approaching, discussions about transportation are timely -- even when the news isn't good. Many big brands in this sector and related industries have been languishing. CNBC technical analyst Jonathan Krinsky of MKM Partners said that over the first half of the year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has been trading at the most narrow range in its 119-year history.

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    Shares of Ross Stores  ended Friday's trading day down 4.5%, making it TheStreet's Move of the Day. The retailer reported first-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Thursday. This article is commentary by an independent contributor.

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    Stocks sold off on Friday ahead of the long Memorial Day weekend. The S&P 500 Trust Series ETF  volume set a new 2015 low, trading almost 54 million shares. To put this in context, the Friday before the Memorial Day weekend 2014, the SPY volume traded over 61 million shares.

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    Jim Cramer, the co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS, bought Starwood Hotels  and then bought more, and added to AAP's position in EOG Resources (EOG) this week. Cramer said Starwood acting CEO Adam Aron recognizes there's a lot of value in the company, which recently sold off its time-share business.

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    On the surface, baseball looks healthy. The players are rich. The owners are rich. Despite consitently increasng ticket prices, more people are going to games. So far in 2015, overall attendance is up over the previous season. Having said all that, baseball has a problem -- a major problem. Kids are leaving the game,.. in droves.