Alibaba, the largest e-commerce company in China, is now seeking to raise $66 to $68 a share in its U.S. public offering, according to Bloomberg. It was initially seeking to raise $60 to $66 apiece. At the high-end of the new range, Alibaba could raise as much as $21.8 billion, which would make the company worth as much as $170 billion, or more valuable than Amazon ($153 billion) and Disney ($154 billion). Alibaba is expected to sell the shares on Thursday night and start trading Friday.
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