Press Roundup

A summary of Tuesday's business headlines. Coverage of Brexit, Article 50, UK economy, Uber, Wall St, Google, BHS, Sports Direct, Standard Life, Vodafone, Greece debt, and much more ...

FINANCIAL TIMES

A sensible Brexit deal is more probable than you think

Over-optimistic ministers manipulate the Brexit debate

Theresa May to trigger Brexit process on March 29

City of London pushes for lower taxes to sweeten Brexit pill

Britain and Germany set to sign defence co-operation deal

Uber president resigns over corporate culture differences

EU's flawed claim to a global financial hub

The conundrum of Theresa May's Great Repeal Bill

Auditors' watchdog forced to investigate itself

Google apologises to advertisers for extremist content on YouTube

Wall St struggles as dollar hovers near 5-week low

Record-breaking 2017 for ETFs fuels fears of stock market bubble

Outlook for US corporate profits dims

Goldman Sachs and hedge funds take stake in Iceland's Arion Bank

Denmark rids itself of foreign debt for first time in 183 years

THE TIMES

Tesco failed to honour its promises on store merger

Cable urges May to clamp down on 'lax' takeover laws

City sceptical of bid to separate joint chief executives' roles

Vodafone joins with rival in bid to put down Indian mutiny

Productivity crisis down to bad managers, says Bank's Haldane

Fall in the pound makes London a cheaper city

DAILY TELEGRAPH

BHS pension rescue benefits 'loyal' managers to Sir Philip Green, MPs warn

Sports Direct muscles out of trademark battle over gyms

It's kitchens only as the restaurant industry seeks to shake off property-driven expansions

Standard Life, Aberdeen look to soothe co-CEO concerns with bosses to-do list

Cobham's former boss Bob Murphy to get £1m golden parachute

Challenger bank Secure Trust enters mortgage market

Openreach turns to virtual reality to recruit 1,500 trainee engineers

JKX Oil shrugs off troubled year to narrow losses

Pound dips as May announces date for Article 50, having hit three week high against the dollar

Challenger bank Secure Trust enters mortgage market

Vodafone announces tie-up with Indian operator Idea Cellular

THE INDEPENDENT

London living costs fall to lowest level in decades

Donald Trump drops more than 200 spots in Forbes rich list to 544th

Microsoft founder Bill Gates named world's richest man by Forbes

Andy Haldane floats digital productivity boost for firms

Lloyds sets up review for fraud victims under Prof Russel Griggs

Subway slammed for 'sandwich apprenticeships' paying £3.50 an hour

THE GUARDIAN

British banks handled vast sums of laundered Russian money

Hard Brexit 'could increase cost of making a car in UK by £2,400'

Google boss apologises over ads on extremist content

Pratley YouTube is like the wild west -- why won't Google pay to clean it up?

Electric cars placing strain on UK power grids due to charging peaks

NHS trust triples injury payout to £9.3m under controversial new rules

DAILY EXPRESS

Greece debt crisis: 'Groundhog Day' talks fail to break deadlock over bailout

Eurogroup boss calls for new banking force in desperate bid to handle eurozone crisis

GBP V NZD: Pound drops from two-month high against New Zealand dollar before RBNZ decision

Car insurance prices set to jump by up to £1000 from today