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Devin Leonard is an award-winning staff writer at Bloomberg Businessweek. He joined the magazine in July 2010 and has written cover stories about the SEC, superhero movies, concierge doctors, the IRS, Burger King, Star Wars, and Taylor Swift. His May 2011 cover story, "The End of Mail," about the financial woes of the U.S. Postal Service was a finalist for the Gerald Loeb award for explanatory writing and won a New York Press Club award for best magazine political coverage. In May 2016, Grove Press published Leonard's first book, Neither Snow Nor Rain: A History of the United States Postal Service, which the New York Times called "sweeping and entertaining."

Before coming to Bloomberg, Leonard was a senior writer at Fortune. His investigative piece for the magazine, "The Adelphia Story," was anthologized in The Best Business Crime Stories of 2002. His Fortune cover story, "They Are Coming to Take You Away," appeared in The Best Business Stories of 2000.

Prior to Fortune, Leonard was a staff writer at The New York Observer. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, New York, Wired, Wax Poetics, Philadelphia, Departures, and French GQ. Leonard has a B.A. in English from the University of Pennsylvania. He lives with his wife, Eileen O'Neill Leonard in NYC. They have two children.