PHILADELPHIA A Delaware judge approved a $222 million settlement between Aramark Corp., the contract foodservice company based here, and its shareholders in conjunction with the company's $8.3 billion buyout in January. The settlement also included a provision in which Aramark would pay $2.1 million in legal fees and expenses to the shareholders' lawyers.The bidders for the company, which included Aramark chairman Joseph Neubauer, and private equity firms Goldman Sachs Group Inc., JP ...

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