A linkfest to the 10 most interesting Sunday Business stories in UK papers:
BP to stay in Russian investments - John Browne thinks a chat with Putin is enough. I am not sure Browne's successor will be pleased with such a high risk strategy.
UK business tries to get in on Nuclear Act - A long way to go to match their state-owned EU competition though.
A new world of Open Skies - I was as wrong as always, still amazed that this was signed!
Sub-Prime mortgage fallout out bites UK - still think House prices are going to keep going up?
A good Budget for poor people - from the Guardian Media Group ( now part owned by a PE house!)
Budget a miss - from the Torygraph.
Media Giants start to fight Google - the Times has a positive view of NewsCorp's strategy, as you would expect.
Satellite's still a dog investment - With such high capital requirements, they won't be relocating to the UK anyway after Broon's budget....
The Indy still goes on about green business - An interesting read as it shows why the lack of market forces will stop any major changes to our energy supply. Yet their solution is to regulate, not to marketise?
Another interest rate rise due? - first of several I think , all the models have oil falling in price and so weakening inflationary forces. But if this does not happen, then rises are guaranteed.