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The last of the “Big Three” contract management companies operating in the U.S. market is now a publicly-held entity as Aramark Corp. made a successful initial public offering of its stock in mid-December on the New York Stock Exchange. The company bucked the prevailing negative economic outlook not only by making a successful sale but by doing so at what it says were its most optimistic price levels. Aramark shares had been expected to sell at between $20 to $23 a share. It started at $23 ...
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