Apple's Original Programming Idea: Unproven and Unoriginal

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Just because Apple may be getting into original content doesn’t mean it can make good shows.

U.S. Auto-Sales Pace Accelerates

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Auto makers overcame a holiday shift to post a strong, 17.8 million annualized pace in August, underscoring the continuing strength of the U.S. new car market.

Washington to Seek Greater Clarity on China's Economic Strategy

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A top U.S. official Tuesday expressed confidence that China’s government would be able to manage the downside risks of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy, but said Washington will be seeking greater clarity on Beijing’s policy strategy at a meeting of global finance officials later this week

A Summer Reading List for Geeks

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Reviews of three tech-oriented books: “You’re Never Weird on the Internet (Almost),” by Felicia Day; “SuperBetter,” by Jane McGonigal; and “ZerOes,” by Chuck Wendig.

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Jeff Kuhner will be broadcasting live from 12p - 3p at the Boston Marriott Quincy on Thursday, August 6th for the WRKO Red Cross Blood Drive. The Blood Drive will start at noon and go to 6pm.

 

Thursday, August 6th, 12p - 6p
Boston Marriott Quincy
The Kuhner Report will broadcast live 12p - 3p

WRKO Town Hall with Jeff Kuhner & Ted Cruz

More than 600 people came out to Southern New Hampshire University on May 30 for a WRKO Town Hall with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Cruz discussed everything from Obamacare to immigration to ISIS, and much more. Relive the event with the audio, photos and video below.

WRKO Town Hall with Jeff Kuhner



The next WRKO Town Hall is Saturday April 18th. Join Jeff Kuhner and former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., John Bolton starting at 12pm at the Dion Center at Rivier University in Nashua, NH.

The WRKO Town Hall with John Bolton is presented by William Kelly Financial Services, Protect your accumulated wealth. Prepare for the worst, then enjoy the best.

Berkley California has approved a tax on sugared soft drinks. Is this a good idea?
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