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  • For TEAM, its 30 day story count is now at 62.
  • Over the past 26 days, the trend for TEAM's stories per day has been choppy and unclear. It has oscillated between 1 and 15.
  • The most mentioned tickers in articles about TEAM are AGL, HALL and INFO.

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Artisan Partners: “Atlassian Corp. (TEAM) Remains a High Conviction Holding”

Artisan Partners, a high value-added investment management firm, published its ‘Artisan Mid Cap Fund’ fourth quarter 2021 investor letter – a copy of which can be downloaded here.

Insider Monkey | February 25, 2022

513 IIM Bangalore students bag 662 offers; consulting and product management domains lead recruitment

The Lateral and Final Placements for the PGP and PGPBA Class of 2020-22 of the Indian Institute of Management Bangalore (IIMB) saw 662 offers, leading to all 513 students who appeared for placements being placed over two interview days.Overall, there has been a 37% increase in the number of offers YoY, driven primarily by Consulting and Product Management roles. Strategy Consulting continued to be the most sought-after role among the students, followed by Product Management and Finance, said Harsh Agrawal, Placement Representative, in a statement.Consulting companies made 248 offers led by Accenture with 51 offers, followed by Boston Consulting Group with 30 offers. Top recruiters included Kearney, Bain & Company, McKinsey & Company, Ernst & Young, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Tata Consul...

Economic Times India | February 23, 2022

Energy grid ready for renewables revolution, says Cannon-Brookes

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes, who is making a joint $5 billion bid for AGL Energy with Brookfield, said Australias energy grid was ready for the exit of coal-fired power.

The Australian Financial Review | February 23, 2022

Atlassian billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes says renewable energy will bring down electricity prices

Australia''s second richest man is predicting more renewable energy will bring down electricity bills, after Sunrise host David Koch asked him if he would consumers for higher power prices.

Daily Mail Online | February 21, 2022

Investors will be worse off in AGL demerger, says Cannon-Brookes

Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon Brookes said the $5 billion joint bid with Brookfield would be better for AGL shareholders.

The Australian Financial Review | February 21, 2022

The question at the heart of the AGL deal

How long does Australia need coal-fired power? Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes and Brookfield want to buy AGL and kick coal out of the energy grid by 2030. AGL wants more time.

The Australian Financial Review | February 21, 2022

Australia''s AGL Energy rejects $3.5 bln offer, investors expect more

AGL said the A$7.50 apiece proposal from the Canadian group and Cannon-Brookes, Australia''s second-richest man and co-founder of software firm Atlassian, at a 4.7% premium to the stock''s Friday close undervalued it.

Economic Times India Energy | February 20, 2022

Atlassian cofounder responds after AGL rejects his and Brookfield''s $8 billion takeover bid

Billionaire co-founder of software company Atlassian, Mike Cannon Brookes, says he will continue to work with the board of energy giant AGL to pursue a takeover that would help Australia have the "lowest-priced energy electricity in the world".

Australian Broadcasting Corporation | February 20, 2022

Australias AGL Energy rejects $3.5 billion offer, backs decision to split

(Reuters) -Australian power producer AGL Energy Ltd on Monday rejected a $3.54 billion takeover offer from billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes and Canadas Brookfield Asset Management in favour of its plan of splitting in two this year. AGL said the A$7.50 apiece proposal from Cannon-Brookes, Australias second-richest man and co-founder of software firm Atlassian, and the Canadian Read More

Metro US | February 20, 2022

AGL dismisses Cannon-Brookes, Brookfield bid

AGL Energy has summarily dismissed a takeover proposal from Atlassian billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes and Canadian asset manager Brookfield.

The Australian Financial Review | February 20, 2022

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