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Ex-Bank of England chief King to lecture at New York University

LONDON (Reuters) - Mervyn King, the former head of the Bank of England, will give lectures at New York University's Stern School of Business and School of Law as a visiting professor later this year, the NYU said on Monday.Full story

Financial advisers hunt clients in the Ivory Tower

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Getting a masters degree in business administration might seem like a very roundabout way for a financial adviser to attract new clients. The degree typically costs at least $100,000 and requires courses, such as corporate strategy, that aren't relevant to financial planning or Full story

Should you really brush your teeth right after eating?

  Lauren Gelman of Reader’s Digest and Steven Lamm, director of the Men’s Health Center at New York University, offer new information on some outdated medical advice, including when you should brush after eating and whether oatmeal makes a good breakfast.

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Activist says human rights will grow in China

Exclusive: Spyware claims emerge in row over Chinese dissident at NYU

Lawmaker, university spar over 'control' of Chinese dissident in U.S.

China pressured U.S. university to ask me to leave, dissident says

Chinese dissident to leave New York University shortly

New York hotel's plan to end room service could gain following

U.S. charges three NYU researchers in Chinese bribery case

Column: Business, taxes and responsibility - Chrystia Freeland

Grand Theft Brooklyn? NYU to open game studies center

Small funds shine in 2013 U.S. Lipper Fund Awards

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  Emanuel closes 50 public schools, announces $55 million basketball stadium in Chicago

Chris Hayes talks to Karen Lewis, president of the Chicago Teachers Union and Pedro Noguera, New York University education professor, about Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's decision to close 50 public schools.

  Global Economic Lessons From NYU Biz School Dean

Peter Blair Henry, "Turnaround" author and dean of New York University Business School, shares his view on the overall global economy right now.

  Three things to look for in Supreme Court's Prop 8, DOMA hearings

New York University constitutional law professor Kenji Yoshino took a moment after appearing on Sunday's "Melissa Harris-Perry" to outline some key things we need to look for in the two Supreme Court hearings this week concerning marriage equality.

  Could a China Housing Bubble Derail Global Economy?

The government of China jolted its booming housing market with some unexpected regulations over the weekend, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera; Ann Lee, New York University; and Peter Navarro, "Death by China" author, share their opinions.

  Apple 'Worth a Lot More': Damodaran

Apple stock represents a value play and is worth much more than $450 per share, New York University finance professor and valuation expert Aswath Damodaran says.

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