Box stock soars 66 percent in inaugural day of trading on Wall Street

The stellar debut of a company whose very survival was in question not long ago is an unmistakable sign that investors have found new enthusiasm for Box. 
Karl Mondon
After a long and at-times awkward dance with public market regulators, Los Altos-based Box on Friday became the first marquee offering of 2015 when the company's stock soared more than 40 percent in its inaugural day of trading.  
Box set its final share price Thursday afternoon at $14 as the embattled cloud software company made its final step toward becoming a public company on Friday.  
(Jane Tyska/Bay Area News Group)
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