If it could hit those numbers, it would be the biggest tech IPO in two years.
Uber archrival Lyft hopes to raise as much as $2.1 billion in its IPO later this year. That’s according to a regulatory filing the company made with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. In that filing, Lyft says it plans to offer 30.8 million shares at $62 to $68 each. The shares sold in that private range would value the ride sharer at $18.5 billion.