Lone Pine sticks with big Shopify bet, adds Square and dumps Zoom — Check out the highlights

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Lone Pine Capital continued to build out its portfolio concentrated in e-commerce and technology bets in the third quarter.

Founded by billionaire hedge fund manager Stephen Mandel, Lone Pine released its positions from the end of the third quarter, showing a fund with more than $23 billion in equity positions. 

Lone Pine took new positions in DocuSign, Match Group, Square, Atlassian, StoneCo and Nuance Communications. The hedge fund bought $890 million worth of DocuSign and about $872 million worth of payments company Square. However, none of the fund's new holdings cracked the top 10 holdings at Lone Pine.

Take a look at Lone Pine's top 10 holdings as of September 30.