June 20, 1996 |
The American Stock Exchange named Patricia A. Jones regional director of its new West Coast regional office in Century City. She had been with William O'Neil & Co. . . . Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing said it set June 28 as the date of the spinoff of its news data storage and imaging systems businesses as Imation. . . . Lucent Technologies said it agreed to sell its AT&T Paradyne unit to Texas Pacific Group for $175 million.
March 15, 1988
Brake Capital Securities Inc. has appointed two new vice presidents. Neil Donner has worked for Bateman Eichler, Hill Richards, William O'Neil & Co., and the Connecticut General Life Insurance Co., now Cigna. David O'Leary, a chartered financial analyst, has worked for Connecticut Bank Trust and Connecticut General Investment Management Co. In addition, O'Leary was partner and director of research at Fox-Pitt, Kelton, an international investment banking firm.
January 11, 1986 |
Cheering and tossing papers into the air, traders on the Pacific Stock Exchange on Friday celebrated the exchange's final closing at its 54-year-old location at 618 S. Spring St. On Monday, the exchange will begin operations at its new $5-million facility in the Beaudry Center II building at 233 S. Beaudry Ave.
December 1, 1988 |
Stephen P. Fox has resigned as editor, president and chief executive of Investor's Daily, the Los Angeles-based business newspaper has confirmed. Hamid Fereydouni, former circulation director, has taken over as president, while Wesley F. Mann, former managing editor, takes over as editor. The position of chief executive has been left open.
October 19, 1999
* William O'Neil & Co., publisher of Investor's Business Daily, acquired the company's corporate headquarters and newspaper office building at 12655 Beatrice St. in Marina del Rey from Citicorp. The principals did not disclose the purchase price, but industry sources estimate it at more than $20 million. The buyer was represented by John Bertram and Tim Macker of Westmac Commercial Brokerage Co. Citicorp represented itself. * Kearny Real Estate Co.
June 29, 1986 |
As hippies in a Berkeley commune in the late 1960s, Byron Mikalson and Lewis Soloff made and sold large, multicolored candles. They later went separately into such enterprises as stained-glass belt buckles and health burgers. Lately, the pair joined forces again, trading stocks and publishing a market letter, the Insighter. The letter, which describes stocks and makes recommendations, is marginally profitable, but in stock trading, the pair have struck gold.