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Lawrence K. Grossman, who stepped down as NBC News president last August, is back in TV with “The Dreyfus Roundtable,” a new financial talk series produced by his New York-based company, Brookside Productions. Wall Street professionals appear as guests on the show that’s hosted by James B. Rogers, chairman of Rogers Holdings. The series, which began Sunday, is airing Sundays and Mondays for the next four weeks on cable TV’s Financial News Network. It also airs Sunday mornings on WCBS-TV in New York. A decision on whether to continue the 30-minute series beyond its initial five-week run will be made later, Grossman says.


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