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May 31, 1988
In June of 1938, the talk in local restaurant circles was about that strange new eatery Lawrence L. Frank and his partner Walter Van de Kamp were opening in Beverly Hills. It seems that the two brothers-in-law thought they could make money selling prime rib--and only prime rib. "I remember my father saying that fellow local restaurateurs told him that a single entree restaurant would never work," said Richard N.
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October 2, 1989 | HARRY ANDERSON, Times Staff Writer
You can tell a lot about a place by knowing a little about the people who started the best-known businesses there. The knowledge tells you, for instance, what it has taken to succeed and survive in the local economy. Although Southern California is sometimes accused of having a short memory about its past, not all its businesses have been flashes in the pan. In fact, it has no shortage of long-established, successful companies.
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October 2, 1989 | HARRY ANDERSON, Times Staff Writer
You can tell a lot about a place by knowing a little about the people who started the best-known businesses there. The knowledge tells you, for instance, what it has taken to succeed and survive in the local economy. Although Southern California is sometimes accused of having a short memory about its past, not all its businesses have been flashes in the pan. In fact, it has no shortage of long-established, successful companies.
BUSINESS
May 31, 1988
In June of 1938, the talk in local restaurant circles was about that strange new eatery Lawrence L. Frank and his partner Walter Van de Kamp were opening in Beverly Hills. It seems that the two brothers-in-law thought they could make money selling prime rib--and only prime rib. "I remember my father saying that fellow local restaurateurs told him that a single entree restaurant would never work," said Richard N.
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