DeVry Med Schools Leave Students With Worse Debt

Sept. 10 (Bloomberg) -- DeVry Inc., which owns two for-profit medical schools in the Caribbean, is accepting hundreds of students who were rejected by U.S. medical colleges. Students at DeVry's Ross University School of Medicine and American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine amass more debt than their U.S. counterparts. Although neither AUC nor Ross is accredited by the body that approves medical programs in the U.S., students at both schools are eligible for loans issued by the U.S. Education Department. Bloomberg's Janet Lorin reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
Greek Referendum Opens Door to Technocrats, Anand Says
13:10 - The calling of a referendum in Greece in response to the debt crisis opens the door for a potential technocratic government, according to Paras Anand, head of pan-European equities at Fidelity Worldwide Investment. He spoke in an interview with Manus Cranny on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Source: Bloomberg)
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