NEW YORK — Coty Inc.’s shareholders are setting their sights higher as they head toward the fragrance firm’s long-awaited initial public offering.
The company’s three principal investors plan to raise as much as $1.22 billion in an IPO next month — much more than the $700 million initially projected last June when paperwork for the offering was first filed.
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