Shares from Los Angeles billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong’s biotech startup NatHealth had a strong first day of trading Thursday, closing 32 percent above their offer price, The Los Angeles Times reports. The 6.5 million new shares closed at $18.59, up $4.59 from $14 a share, raising more than $90 million.
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