Bill Robinson

Business, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Politics and Rock 'N Roll Journalist

Relentless Bill Robinson's Wikipedia Bio can be found here. Taking a keen interest in Business, Entrepreneurship, Technology and Politics, Bill is also the author and writer of "The Relentless Conservative" column on The Huffington Post. He recently began writing the new "American Hero Stories" column on HuffPo because he believes that none of us has enough respect for our brave US military and their families. Bill lives in New York and has written columns, articles and cover stories for Fortune Small Business, the Wall Street Journal Europe, The Financial Times, Cisco System’s iQ Magazine,, The Moscow Times, United Airline’s Hemispheres Magazine and Upside Magazine, amongst many others. He has appeared frequently on CNN, PBS, Bloomberg, BBC World and had his own segment on SKY News and speaks, moderates and chairs technology, marketing and business conferences worldwide. Bill’s “TechScape” column on the Register and The Huffington Post has won broad accolades and his “On Location” columns for Upside won multiple prestigious ASBPE awards and gave him an understanding and love of global technology. In traveling the world as a journalist, Bill Robinson has learned about technology and future technologies that he is sure will shape our future world. During the two years he wrote his “On Location” column for Upside Magazine and then in writing his column on next-generation devices for the Wall Street Journal Europe, Bill traveled to over 85 cities in 52 countries covering technology, biotech, venture capital/investment, incubators, economic development, the Internet, hardware, software, wireless technologies, Bluetooth, the media and convergence devices of the future for his writings and SKY News segment. Bill has passionately covered and written about what he's learned in Politics, Technology, Business, Marketing, Entrepreneurship & Politics. Bill has interviewed more than 200 Global CEO's and many luminaries in business, technology and science including: Professor Muhammad Yunus, 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate; Bob Pittman, former CEO of AOL & COO of AOL/Time-Warner now Chairman of Clear Channel; Charles Schwab for PBS; Sven-Christer Nilsson, former CEO of Ericsson; Ambassador Andrew Young; the late Sir Arthur C. Clarke while in Colombo, Sri Lanka for SKY News; Marc Andreessen, founder of Netscape; Lord Tim Bell; Jan Carlzon, former CEO of SAS Airlines and management legend; Ray Kurzweil; Dean Kamen; and Vint Cerf, a “Father of the Internet”; among others. Bill now counts these important men as friends.