William Rosenberg Dunkin Donuts founder William Rosenberg died Friday of cancer at the age of 86. John Ydstie talks with Jessica Brilliant Keener, co-author of Time to Make the Donuts, about Rosenberg's life. (4:00) Keener's book is published by Lebhar-Friedman Books, December 2001.
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Dunkin Donuts founder William Rosenberg died Friday of cancer at the age of 86. John Ydstie talks with Jessica Brilliant Keener, co-author of Time to Make the Donuts, about Rosenberg's life. (4:00) Keener's book is published by Lebhar-Friedman Books, December 2001.