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May 28, 1999 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David Paul Kane, a colorful former lobster importer and carwash owner who made a fortune in the discount brokerage business as founder of the aggressively advertised Kennedy, Cabot & Co., died Tuesday at his home in Century City after complications from a stroke. He was 82. Named after John F. Kennedy to appeal to upscale Democrats and Henry Cabot Lodge to lure Republicans, the Beverly Hills-based firm had no Kennedys, Cabots or Lodges on its payroll.
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May 28, 1999 | ELAINE WOO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
David Paul Kane, a colorful former lobster importer and carwash owner who made a fortune in the discount brokerage business as founder of the aggressively advertised Kennedy, Cabot & Co., died Tuesday at his home in Century City after complications from a stroke. He was 82. Named after John F. Kennedy to appeal to upscale Democrats and Henry Cabot Lodge to lure Republicans, the Beverly Hills-based firm had no Kennedys, Cabots or Lodges on its payroll.
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BUSINESS
November 30, 1986
Thank you for printing the ridiculous quote by David Paul Kane, president of Kennedy Cabot Inc. in the Nov. 13 story, "Ford Emerges as Possible Bidder for Charles Schwab," which also discussed the possibility that Kennedy Cabot might also make a bid for the brokerage firm. I had to laugh when I read that if he were to acquire Charles Schwab & Co., purportedly at a price approaching $300 million, he would "fire everybody." We are a service organization whose greatest asset is the talent and dedication of both management and employees.
BUSINESS
August 9, 1993 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
BUSINESS
August 9, 1993 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
BUSINESS
June 16, 1991 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
BUSINESS
October 3, 2000 | LEE ROMNEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
BUSINESS
October 3, 1997 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 16, 1990 | DAVID COLKER
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.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1993 | JAMES BATES
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.
BUSINESS
June 16, 1991 | DENISE GELLENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
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.
BUSINESS
November 30, 1986
Thank you for printing the ridiculous quote by David Paul Kane, president of Kennedy Cabot Inc. in the Nov. 13 story, "Ford Emerges as Possible Bidder for Charles Schwab," which also discussed the possibility that Kennedy Cabot might also make a bid for the brokerage firm. I had to laugh when I read that if he were to acquire Charles Schwab & Co., purportedly at a price approaching $300 million, he would "fire everybody." We are a service organization whose greatest asset is the talent and dedication of both management and employees.
NEWS
September 13, 1998 | HEATHER STEWART JORDEN
Robert Wagner was among the 400 guests who gathered to dedicate stars in the sidewalk to 12 people or couples who have donated more than $100,000 over the years to the Cedars-Sinai's Thalians Mental Health Center in Los Angeles. More than $10,000 was raised at the Aug. 30 Walk of Stars dedication. Those honored with their names in the sidewalk outside the mental health center were Debbie Reynolds, Ruta Lee, Margie and Bob Petersen, Paula Kent Meehan, Sandra Krause, Cynthia Gershman, Robert H.
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