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MBA Students Place Third at UNC Real Estate Development Challenge
MBA Students Place Third at UNC Real Estate Development Challenge

In February, four first-year MBA students — Mutafa Popal, Kevin North, Beth Carr, and Alex Hermance — placed third at the University of North Carolina Real Estate Development Challenge. The...

michael czinkota
Czinkota’s Research Cited Over 10K Times
Czinkota’s Research Cited Over 10K Times

The research of Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international business and trade at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, has been cited over 10,000 times by other...

Exceed Your Expectations with a Georgetown McDonough MBA
Exceed Your Expectations with a Georgetown McDonough MBA
For many people, business school is an additional investment that you have to make to switch careers, obtain the job you want or earn a promotion. But those reasons only skim the surface of the true...
Top Business Schools
Top Business Schools
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Georgetown McDonough's Full-time MBA program 21st and Evening MBA program 18th in the nation.
Time for Trump to Turn on the Charm to Win over Germany's Merkel
Time for Trump to Turn on the Charm to Win over Germany's Merkel
An op-ed by Charlie Skuba, professor of the practice in international business and marketing: “German Chancellor Angel Merkel's trip to Washington, D.C. was pushed back to Friday due to the...
No, Equal Rights for Women Aren’t in the Constitution. Could Rep. Speier Change That?
No, Equal Rights for Women Aren’t in the Constitution. Could Rep. Speier Change That?
A big part of the challenge is organizing. Having already brought millions of women together, the Women's March provides an opportunity. On International Women's Day, its leaders organized...
What the Federal Interest Rate Hike Means for You
What the Federal Interest Rate Hike Means for You
"Once the banks raise the interest rates on their credit products like mortgages and auto, this will, on the margin, impact the ability of consumers to buy new houses and cars," Sumit...
Rate Hike Puts Yellen at Odds with Trump's Plans for Economic Growth
Rate Hike Puts Yellen at Odds with Trump's Plans for Economic Growth
"The Fed is always between a rock and a hard place," said James Angel, associate professor at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, quoting the late William McChesney Martin Jr.,...
Uber Remains Dominant in D.C. Despite Missteps
Uber Remains Dominant in D.C. Despite Missteps
Socially or politically aware consumers are closely watching Uber now, according to Georgetown University marketing professor Marlene Towns, an expert in consumer behavior and branding. “People are...
Christine Porath
Management Experts Break Down Trump's Leadership Style During His First 100 Days as President
Management Experts Break Down Trump's Leadership Style During His First 100 Days as President
Christine Porath, a professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and co-author of "The Cost of Bad Behavior," told Business Insider that such a tactic can only go...
Leslie Crutchfield
Georgetown Global Social Enterprise Initiative Appoints Leslie Crutchfield Executive Director
Georgetown Global Social Enterprise Initiative Appoints Leslie Crutchfield Executive Director

Leslie Crutchfield has become executive director of the Global Social Enterprise Initiative (GSEI) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

“Leslie takes the helm at an...

Fendi CEO Makes Brand Connection to Success
Fendi CEO Makes Brand Connection to Success

On March 13, Pietro Beccari, chairman and CEO of Fendi, spoke to the Georgetown community about the implementation of his successful five-year plan to improve the company by focusing on its...

Catherine Tinsley on Leadership in Action
Catherine Tinsley on Leadership in Action
Catherine Tinsley, the Raffini Family Professor of Management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and academic director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute,...
Rebecca Cassidy
The Bulge Bracket Rush: Banks Seeking Earlier Access to Biz Undergrads
The Bulge Bracket Rush: Banks Seeking Earlier Access to Biz Undergrads
Rebecca Cassidy, assistant dean and director of the office of undergraduate professional development at Georgetown University’s McDonough School, says that her school is also seeing Wall Street banks...
Christine Porath
Defusing Heated Political Debates in the Federal Workplace
Defusing Heated Political Debates in the Federal Workplace
"Given the volatile nature of these conversations, I decided to seek some practical help from an expert on the topic of civility in the workplace – Christine Porath, an associate professor at...
Trump’s ‘Spaghetti Bowl’ of Trade Rules Will Hurt U.S. Economy
Trump’s ‘Spaghetti Bowl’ of Trade Rules Will Hurt U.S. Economy
An op-ed by Pietra Rivoli, professor of finance and international business: “President Trump has made his distaste for multilateral trade agreements clear. He campaigned on a strong anti-NAFTA agenda...

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