Fidelity Big Q3 Buyer of Akamai Technologies (AKAM)

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November 16, 2012

Fidelity Builds Position in Akamai Technologies (AKAM)
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Fidelity must think Akamai Technologies (AKAM, $36.10), a provider of content
delivery and cloud infrastructure services, is on the right track because the mutual-
fund giant in Q3 boosted its position by 70%, adding 3.4 million shares.

Fidelity is now the #3 holder (8.27 million shares) of Akamai behind T. Rowe Price
(14.6 million shares) and Vanguard (10.3 million shares).

Other notable Q3 buyers of Akamai:

*Wellington Management opened a new position of 2.33 million shares
*Coatue Management bought 1.19 million shares (increasing its position by 32%)
and now owns 4.8 million shares. Coatue, which has 46% of its $5.7 billion in long
equity assets invested in the tech sector, is now the #7 holder of Akamai. The money
manager counts Akamai among its 10 largest holdings.

*Citadel Advisors bought 1.02 million shares and now owns 1.22 million shares

*Columbus Circle Investors opened a new position of 555,539 shares

For the three months ended September, Akamai experienced its fourth consecutive
quarter of accelerating revenue growth. Revenue of $345.3 million rose 23% year
over year (up from 19.6% growth in the second quarter), easily beating the
consensus estimate of $338.6 million. EPS of 43 cents topped the consensus by two


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