Michael Foldes is an electronics sales engineer specializing in electronic displays and power sources. A graduate of The Ohio State University in anthropology, he has edited and published magazines, poetry anthologies, chapbooks, alternate newspapers, technical publications, and was an editor and columnist with Gannett newspapers in Binghamton, NY. He is the founder and managing editor of the online Arts magazine Ragazine.CC. He and his wife have three grown children and split their time between Brooklyn and upstate New York.
The author shares his work experiences with successful entrepreneurs in this conceptual guide to starting a new -- or growing an existing -- business. Special focus on six critical stages in the thought process leading up to writing a formal business plan.
A deathbed confession. A gun encased in concrete. And the possibility both could have kept Bruno Richard Hauptmann from going to the electric chair for the kidnap and murder of Charles A. Lindbergh Jr. When journalist Michael Foldes hears the story of an upstate NY family who could have known the killers, he teases out details in the 80-year-old case that plausibly point to Hauptmann's innocence.