Marc Levy joined TheStreet in July 2010 while exploring hyperlocal online journalism in Cambridge, Mass. He had previously been executive editor of a cluster of about two dozen daily and weekly newspapers and their Web sites in central Connecticut; an entrepreneur in daily print journalism, again in Cambridge; and on the business desk of the Boston Herald for five years. He has a journalism degree from Emerson College in Boston.
Recent Articles By The Author
Why You Need a Prenup to Marry Even If You Think You’re Poor
Couples without assets when they walk down the aisle may still need a prenup to protect themselves or their inherited assets. Here’s what to look at before you wed.
The Most Moronic Company Policies I Encountered in 2012
Yes, the U.S. Postal Service has one of them. But it's not the worst offender.
5 Awesomely Misguided Public Protests
As Penn State editors suggest students read up before rioting, we look at other times people stood up for a cause ... just because.
Voices of MainStreet: Marc Levy
A City Council committee just for national and world issues? A different system for voting? A no-deals law for affordable housing? Here are some suggestions for the winners in voting Nov. 8.
5 Terrible Ways to Save the Post Office
The Postal Service is in trouble. Here are money-raising methods that stay true to American capitalism.