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International Marketing Textbook
Marketing Textbook by McDonough Professors Cited in 1,000 Scholarly Articles

International Marketing, an oft-used marketing textbook used in undergraduate business and MBA programs nationwide written by Georgetown professors of marketing Michael Czinkota and Ilkka...

McDonough Senior and Emma L. Bowen Foundation Scholar Interns at NBC4 Los Angeles

Georgetown McDonough senior David R. Burton (B ’15) interned this summer at NBC 4-Los Angeles, CA. This was his fourth summer with NBC. David worked in their news, marketing, sales, and business...

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program Wraps Up Third Year

For the third summer, the Undergraduate program accepted 20 undergraduates to conduct research as part of the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program. Students completed research...

Entrepreneurship Day
Entrepreneurship Initiative Hosts Day-Long Showcase

Getting involved in the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship can be a daunting process. With tight budgets, constant deadlines, and a work environment that moves a mile a minute, the transition...

water
MBA Students Explore the Business of Water

For Associate Professor Mark Giordano, scholarship on water policy takes up 50 weeks of the year. But for two weeks this past summer, Giordano led a group of MBA Evening Program students at...

Dezenhall Authors Book on Crisis Management

Georgetown McDonough School of Business Adjunct Professor Eric Dezenhall demystifies common myths about crisis management in his recent book,...

Katharine Weymouth Addresses a Washington Women’s Leadership Lunch
If you look at top earners in big companies, between 2000 and 2010 the percentage of women rose from 5.6 percent to…wait for it… 5.7 percent! The higher you go up the corporate ladder, the smaller...
Meet the 10 National Semi-Finalists of the First-Ever Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Global Social Enterprise Initiative and the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative's Startup Hoyas announced Tuesday the 10 semi-...
On the Eve of Midterms, Government Contractors Fear Another Shutdown
Unfortunately, experts are predicting another shutdown, most likely after the midterm elections, and possibly before the end of the year. The House of Representatives is unlikely to repeat the...
Shari Hubert
Business Schools’ MBA Gatekeepers
If anyone has done it all, it is Shari Hubert, the associate dean of MBA admissions at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Hubert has been a drug rep, worked in consulting and...
I Want it Now, But I’d Rather Not Pay For It
Ishani Banerji, research director for the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research, in an op-ed for Huffington Post’s business section: “I've been in this predicament countless times, and I...
Sheikh Dr. Khalid on Advisory Board of Georgetown McDonough Business, Society and Public Policy Initiative
Prominent Qatari entrepreneur and philanthropist, Sheikh Dr. Khalid bin Thani al-Thani has been made a member of the Advisory Board of the Business, Society and Public Policy Initiative of the...
Georgetown Program Aims to Bolster Nonprofit Sector Revenues

New Nonprofit Management Program to Start in Spring 2015 at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business

Washington, D.C. – Georgetown...

NYSE to Take Back Policing Duties from Wall Street Watchdog
NYSE Group said on Monday it would take back the majority of the policing duties for its two U.S. options exchanges and three stock markets, including the New York Stock Exchange, from Wall Street...
Brooks Holtom
Yahoo to Lay Off 400 in India, Invite Some to Work in U.S.
Yahoo is reportedly cutting about 400 positions at its Bangalore, India, offices according to a Bloomberg report that cited an unnamed source. But in an interesting twist, it's offering more...
How Food Makers Are Convincing America to Eat Bugs
Step one to getting people to eat bugs: find people who care a lot about the nutritional value of what they are eating. Focusing on health and sustainability is a great way to get people to buy food...

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