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