Aramark Holdings Corp.’s shares climbed Friday after the global foodservice contractor raised $725 million in its initial public offering. In its third run as a public company, Philadelphia-based Aramark began trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol ARMK. Aramark had set its IPO price at $20 per share late Wednesday, at the low end of a projected range of $20 to $23. The company’s stock closed the day Thursday at $22.70, an increase of 14 percent. Shares ...

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