The Australian maker of popular software development, planning, and collaboration tools Jira and Trello has been having a good pandemic. Revenues are up 12.4% since the end of 2019, although the company has forecast slower growth for the coming year. Atlassian’s gross profits have expanded in line with sales, but the need to account for some $889 million in outstanding bonds has dented its earnings, with the company recognizing a net loss in the past three quarters.
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