Etsy aims to raise $100m in IPO

Offering set to be biggest for a New York-based tech company in years

US ambassador to South Korea attacked in Seoul

Mark Lippert was attacked with a razor blade on his way to a lecture

Brazil raises rates to six-year high

Central bank tries to rein in rising inflation

Asia downbeat after Wall Street retreat

Chinese stocks falter after GDP growth target cut to 7%

Republicans subpoena Clinton emails

Committee probing Benghazi attack raises political heat

Exxon chief says oil prices will stay low

Tillerson points to 12 per cent capital spending cut this year

Fed feared Japan-scale crisis in 2009

Meeting transcripts reveal depth of concern about US recession

Instagram reveals new advertising format

‘Carousel’ ads feature links to brand websites

Netanyahu sparks US partisan battle

Israeli leader undermines Democrat support for Iran bill

Petrobras scandal derails Brazil austerity

Fiscal measure blocked after attorney general probes 54 politicians

Health reforms face Supreme Court test

Opening arguments show justices split over US legislation

Comment and Analysis

Samsung: Ring the changes

The South Korean group hopes the Galaxy S6 will help revitalise its fortunes as it shifts focus to the ‘internet of things’

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Disrupted transport will work better

This second wave of change will be dwarfed by driverless cars, says Zipcar co-founder Robin Chase

Card campaign highlights Mexico’s flaws

Thousands send proposals on how country could be reformed

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"The Spanish Government 'would contribute 13-14% of the new bailout'. If I were a Spanish citizen, I would be livid. After all the austerity, bankruptcies, property collapse, continuing unemployment in Spain - they have to help the Greeks?? They need their money for their own citizens."
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"Let the politicians create the opportunities for other parts of the UK to catch up; not constrain London and force balancing."
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