Online retailer Wayfair has filed IPO terms, looking to raise $291.5 million by listing 11 million shares at between $25 and $28. The company initially filed for its IPO in mid-August and expects to trade on the NYSE under the symbol W. In 2013, it raised its delivered orders from 1.8 million the year prior to 3.3 million; net revenue for last year plus the first six months of 2014 was $915.8 million (over $673 million coming from direct retail). If priced at the midpoint of its estimated range, the company would grab a market cap of almost $2.2 billion. Wayfair would be the fourth online retailer to go public in 2014, joining Alibaba, JD.com and Jumei, all of which are based in China. Earlier this year, Wayfair raised a $157 million Series B funding at a valuation of about $2 billion. Battery Ventures holds an approximate 6% pre-IPO stake in the company.