August 9, 1993 |
Daily television commentaries by David Paul Kane, the colorful chairman, president and chief executive of the Beverly Hills-based discount brokerage Kennedy, Cabot & Co., have been suspended following Kane's hospitalization for an undisclosed illness. Kane's stock market commentaries, sponsored by his firm, have been a staple on KWHY-TV Channel 22 for years. A spokeswoman for the TV station said the spot is being filled by four Kennedy Cabot brokers on a rotating basis.
June 16, 1991 |
From a fifth-floor office suite in tony downtown Beverly Hills, David Paul Kane runs the brokerage industry's bargain basement. It is Kennedy Cabot & Co., a low-budget outfit that has carved a small but visible niche for itself in Southern California by offering investors low commissions--"We will meet, beat or match our competitors," declares Kane--and no investment advice. Kennedy Cabot & Co. isn't the largest discount brokerage--industry leader Charles Schwab Corp.
October 3, 2000 |
The daytime business news offered for more than three decades by KWHY-TV is gone from the airwaves after a slow transition that paralleled the rise of Spanish-language programming in Los Angeles and digital media. For nearly 33 years, Los Angeles-based KWHY offered business news, analysis, a running ticker and the market commentaries of the late flamboyant stockbroker David Paul Kane on its Channel 22.
October 3, 1997 |
In the second major purchase of a local discount brokerage firm in just two months, Canada's fifth-largest bank said Thursday it would pay about $155 million for Kennedy, Cabot & Co., the Beverly Hills discounter known for its aggressive advertising. Toronto-Dominion Bank said its New York brokerage arm, Waterhouse Investor Services Inc., would buy Kennedy Cabot and expand the discount firm nationwide.
September 16, 1990 |
In addition to Jewish Television Network, there are two producers of Jewish-oriented television programs distributed to Westside and Valley cable systems. David Paul Kane is the founder, producer, owner and host of "The American Jewish Hour," a schmaltzy weekly show that showcases local talent and presents interviews with show business personalities. A recent episode included Joyce Amee, who sang "Danny Boy" while accompanying herself on the accordion.
June 7, 1993 |
No doubt a Stanley Cup would be of priceless value to the Kings as well as to the hockey team's long-suffering fans. To Duane Garrett, it could be worth as much as $3,000. Garrett heads Richard Wolffers Auctions, a San Francisco auction house that is planning to sell a Kings hockey jersey once worn by superstar Wayne Gretzky in a sports memorabilia auction in September.