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
What Our Fancy Restaurants Tell Us About Ourselves
Ten portraits of temples of fine dining, ethnic restaurants and chains combine to offer a sweeping history of American food
For-Profit Education Makes Class Clowns of Even Great Businesspeople
Michael Milken, Rupert Murdoch, John Paulson and many others have all lost large amounts of money trying to fund for-profit education schemes.
Tech Deals Propel Wachtell, Wilson Sonsini to Big Third Quarter
Wachtell Lipton and Wilson Sonsini have big third quarters in tech, while Jones Day's Daniel Mitz lands two large chip deals.
Savoring Vienna's Distinctive Wine Culture
Vienna's 1,700 acres of vineyards anchor one of the world's great cities for wine.
Bidders Show Faith in Potential for Canadian Vineyards As Constellation Looks to Exit
Fund said to be preparing acquisition of Constellation's wine business in that country.