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  2. William Rosenberg - Wikipedia

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    William Rosenberg (June 10, 1916 – September 22, 2002) was an American entrepreneur who founded the Dunkin' Donuts franchise in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts, one of the pioneers in name-brand franchising, originally named the "Open Kettle" doughnut shop when established in 1948. At the end of 2011, there were more than 10,000 outlets of the chain in 32 countries.

  3. William Rosenberg | Rosenberg International Franchise Center

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    William Rosenberg (June 10, 1916 – Sept 20, 2002) was an American entrepreneur, franchise industry pioneer, humanitarian and the founder of Dunkin’ Donuts. In his later years, he became New England's largest breeder of standard-bred horses at his East Kingston, N.H., estate, Wilrose Farms.

  4. William Rosenberg, 86, Founder of Dunkin' Donuts - The New ...

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    William Rosenberg, a food franchising pioneer who founded the Dunkin' Donuts chain and witnessed its spread from coast to coast and into 37 countries, has died. He was 86. Mr. Rosenberg died on...

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  5. William Rosenberg, 86; Dunkin' Donuts Founder Pioneered ...

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    William Rosenberg, the tireless entrepreneur who founded Dunkin’ Donuts and set it on its path to become what is now the world’s largest coffee and baked goods chain, founded the International...

  6. Guide to the William Rosenberg Papers, 1940-2002

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    William Rosenberg was born on June 10, 1916 in Dorchester, Massachusetts. He left school at age 14 to help support his family during the Depression, and after World War II founded Industrial Luncheon Services, a catering service run from converted telephone trucks that served coffee and snacks to Boston-area factory workers during their breaks.

  7. How an 8th-Grade Dropout Founded a $5 Billion Company (the ...

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    A child of the Great Depression, William Rosenberg built a company that became a New England icon, and a successful brand around the world. By Bill Murphy Jr., www.billmurphyjr.com @ BillMurphyJr.

  8. Dunkin' Donuts Founder Passes Away | Dunkin'

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    Randolph, MA (September 22, 2002) -- William Rosenberg, 86, founder of Dunkin' Donuts, Inc., passed away Friday night at his home on Cape Cod. Rosenberg had successfully overcome several bouts of cancer over the past two decades. He died from complications related to bladder cancer.

  9. Dr. William S. Rosenberg, MD | Kansas City, MO | Neurosurgeon ...

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    Dr. William S. Rosenberg is a neurosurgeon in Kansas City, Missouri and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Research Medical Center and Overland Park Regional Medical...

  10. William Rosenberg | The Nicholas Institute for Energy ...

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    William G. Rosenberg is the President of E3 Gasification LLC, a joint venture with Leucadia National Corporation, developing advanced technology gasification projects that will utilize coal and petcoke to produce clean fuels, SNG, chemicals and electric power for long term sale to gas and electric utilities and industrial customers.

  11. William Rosenberg - Wikipedia, den frie encyklopædi

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    William Rosenberg; Født: 12. februar 1920 København, Danmark: Død: 6. november 2014 (94 år) Odense, Danmark: Dødsårsag: Sygdom: Ægtefælle: Helle Virkner: Uddannelse og virke; Elev af: Olaf Rude, Poul Sørensen, Aksel Jørgensen: Beskæftigelse: Kunstmaler, tv-skuespiller, skuespiller: Information med symbolet hentes fra Wikidata. Kildehenvisninger foreligger sammesteds.