A+E Networks Chief Tests Limits in Bid to Revive Channels' Fortunes

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A+E Networks, run by CEO Nancy Dubuc, is a prime example of a mid-tier cable company under pressure to revamp its brands to survive an age of slimmer television channel bundles and on-demand streaming services.

Retrial of Former Dewey Leaders to Start

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A new trial is slated to begin Monday in a financial fraud case brought against defunct New York law firm Dewey & LeBoeuf’s executives, a year and a half after an earlier attempt to place criminal blame on the one-time leaders ended in a mistrial.

Trump on Trade: Peace Through Strength

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While Donald Trump’s inaugural address echoed the same nationalist themes that carried him to victory in November, he and his advisers have emanated a subtler message in other forums, writes Greg Ip.

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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

On Thursday, Nov. 5, Jeff Kuhner hosted a WRKO Town Hall at the Arsenal Center for the Arts to discuss the problems with the DCF. Massachusetts State Representatives Shaunna O'Connell and Jim Lyons talked about the political battle they've faced in their efforts to fix child care in Massachusetts, and Jennifer Pelletier discussed her sister, Justina, and her family's fight against the DCF.



The WRKO Town Hall is Friday, October 21st. Join Jeff Kuhner, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., John Bolton and Jennifer Horn from the NHGOP starting at 12pm at the Sylvia Trottier Hall at Rivier University in Nashua, NH. 

You have to win to get in!


Listen to The Kuhner Report 10/17-10/20 to win passes!

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