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Kenneth Robert Goldmann (1918 – 1975) was an American businessman who was the co-founder of the Horen & Goldmann Company, along with Andrew Horen. In 1942, Goldmann was conscripted into the US Navy, and went to Europe to fight in World War II.
At this time, Horen took over as chairman of the company, and refused to step-down following Goldmann's return, and effectively ousted and removed Goldmann from the company. In anger, Goldmann met Adam Boyd, who successfully eliminated Horen by killing him with a bomb in Capital City in 1945, reinstating Goldmann as the chairman of the company.