GREENSBORO, N.C. — The Fresh Market began trading on the Nasdaq stock exchange Friday at $22 per share after an initial public offering that was priced higher than expected. Fresh Market's shares were up nearly 50%, to about $32.50, in the first day of trading on Friday. As previously reported, the IPO was expected to be priced at $18 to $20 per share. The $22 price reaped about $290 million for the founders and executives who sold a portion of their shares. The company itself did not ...

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