Edward Robinson, is a senior writer for Bloomberg Markets magazine, based in New York. Since joining Bloomberg in June 2001, Robinson has covered some of the year's most important business stories, including Wall Street's post-September 11 recovery, the Enron debacle, and Mel Weiss, the plaintiffs lawyer is suing Wall Street's biggest banks for allegedly rigging the IPOs of Internet companies during 1999 and 2000. Prior to Bloomberg Markets, Robinson was a senior writer at Business 2.0, a biweekly magazine that covered the Internet economy. From 1995 to 2000, Robinson was a writer and reporter at Fortune magazine. He majored in journalism at San Francisco State University and lives with his wife Sondra in Brooklyn.