The Boise-based grocery titan Albertsons notified federal regulators Friday that it expects to make its stock market debut with shares priced between $23 and $26.
The company also revised its expectations for the total dollar amount. Albertsons said it expects the initial public offering to total $1.95 billion, up from its expectation last week of $1.84 billion.
Albertsons was founded in Boise by Joe Albertson in 1939. It is currently the second-largest grocery chain in the U.S. and the largest business headquartered in Idaho, measured by revenues and total workforce.