NEW YORK (AP) — WageWorks Inc., which administers employee benefit programs for companies, said late Monday that it would seek to raise up to $75 million in an initial public offering of its shares.

WageWorks is the latest in a line of companies in recent weeks that have signaled they want to go public.

Party supplies retailer Party City Holdings Inc. said Friday that it planned to raise $350 million, while solar energy company BrightSource Energy Inc. filed for a $250 million IPO.

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