Financial news on May 28, 2019

Business and Financial news
A Fiat Chrysler-Renault Merger Would Put Nissan in a Bind

Nissan’s clout could be diminished by a merger between its longtime partner Renault and Fiat Chrysler. How it responds could help reshape the global auto industry. Read more..

By Jack Ewing, Liz Alderman and Ben Dooley - The New York Times

As E-Sports Grow, So Do Their Homes

To provide fans with a richer experience, developers are creating arenas that are designed for pro gaming. Read more..

By C. J. Hughes - The New York Times

Food Delivery Apps Are Drowning China in Plastic

The noodles and barbecue arrive within 30 minutes. The containers they come in could be around for hundreds of years thereafter. Read more..

By Raymond Zhong and Carolyn Zhang - The New York Times

Google’s Shadow Work Force: Temps Who Outnumber Full-Time Employees

The tech company has long used contractors, but some employees worry that a growing reliance on them represents a shifting, less admirable work culture. Read more..

By Daisuke Wakabayashi - The New York Times

Loretta Lynch, Former Attorney General, Is Joining a Top Law Firm Back in New York

Paul Weiss has hired Ms. Lynch as a litigation partner, at a time when big law firms are under fire for not doing more to promote women and minorities. Read more..

By Matthew Goldstein - The New York Times

Recent Commercial Real Estate Transactions

Recent commercial real estate transactions in New York City. Read more..

By Zach Wichter - The New York Times

Savior of G.M. Lordstown Plant, Hailed by Trump, Is a Corporate Cipher

The electric-truck venture hailed by President Trump exists almost entirely on paper and would need $300 million to get the factory running again. Read more..

By Nelson D. Schwartz, Matthew Goldstein and Neal E. Boudette - The New York Times

Sports Illustrated, the Brand, Is Sold for $110 Million

Meredith will continue to run the magazine and website, but Authentic Brands Group, a marketing company, will control the rights to images and the name itself. Read more..

By Marc Tracy - The New York Times

The Global Slowdown Has Divided Corporate America’s Fortunes

While the U.S. economy is resilient, the picture overseas is gloomy. Profits at companies focused on the rest of the world are suffering. Read more..

By Stephen Grocer - The New York Times

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