Darius Tahir

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Biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong is  buying the LA Times  for $500 million. He made his fortune by selling a cancer drug.

Controversial business dealings of the LA Times’ new owner

Biotech billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong is buying the LA Times for $500 million. He made his fortune by selling a cancer drug.

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Patrick Soon-Shiong is the LA billionaire who tried to wrestle control of the LA Times.

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Patrick Soon-Shiong is the LA billionaire who tried to wrestle control of the LA Times.

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