David Marcus

David Marcus is a senior writer focusing on legal issues raised by corporate transactions. Marcus writes about the structure of merger agreements, Delaware law cases and developments, and cross-border M&A. Marcus has been a reporter at The Deal since its launch in 1999. He has also been the senior writer on Corporate Control Alert -- The Deal’s journal of legal and financial trends in dealmaking --since 1997. He also writes about wine for The Street and works at a wine store in Tribeca.

Recent Articles By The Author

Unpacking the Story Behind the Chianti Fiasco

Unpacking the Story Behind the Chianti Fiasco

Chianti and the straw-covered bottle in which it comes are a classic part of Italian-American culture. A new book tells the story of their history in Italy

Behind the Romance of French Wine

Behind the Romance of French Wine

Rod Phillips's new history of French wine shows the dramatic changes in how France makes, sells and consumes its national beverage

The Modest Art of Making Money

A show at the Grolier Club in New York displays the American history of designing money and securities, from $3 bills to securities with a showgirl.

The Modest Art of Making Money

The Modest Art of Making Money

A show at the Grolier Club in New York displays the American history of designing money and securities, from $3 bills to securities with a showgirl.

Why Burgundy Is the Thinking Person's Wine

Why Burgundy Is the Thinking Person's Wine

Great Burgundy captivates the palate and challenges the mind simultaneously.