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Fox, Loren 1967-

FOX, Loren 1967-


Born April 19, 1967, in NY; son of Jack (a poultry wholesaler) and Marlene (a homemaker and secretary; maiden name, Brjklod) Fox; companion of Hazel May. Ethnicity: "White/Caucasian/Jewish." Education: Johns Hopkins University, B.A., 1988. Politics: "Liberal/Democrat." Hobbies and other interests: Theater, cinema, music.


Home and office—170 West 74th St., New York, NY 10023.


Dow Jones News Service, New York, NY, reporter and editor, 1993-99; Upside, San Francisco, CA, finance editor, 1999-2000; Business 2.0, San Francisco, senior writer and senior editor, 2000-01; freelance writer, 2001—.


The Dead Artist (play), produced in Baltimore, MD, at Baltimore Playwrights Festival, 1988.

Enron: The Rise and Fall, Wiley Publishing Group (New York, NY), 2002.

Contributor to periodicals, including Barron's,, and Wall Street Journal.



CMA Management, February, 2003, Robert Colman and Patrick Buckley, review of Enron: The Rise and Fall, p. 6.

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