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Vendor Alliance Programs Benefit Colleges and Students
Betsy Page Sigman, a distinguished teaching professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, augments her classes in data management and Big Data with technology provided by SAP,...
Takata Logs Second Year of Red Ink, Expects Return to Profit
Most companies facing huge expenses place them on the books in the year they are discovered, although companies do have flexibility, said James Angel, associate professor of finance at Georgetown...
How to Negotiate the Best Deal With Former FBI Lead Negotiator Chris Voss
Chris Voss, former FBI hostage negotiator and adjunct professor at Georgetown McDonough, discusses how to negotiate in everyday situations on KTLA’s morning news program.
The Best & Brightest MBAs In The Class of 2016
Coral Taylor (MBA ’16) and Devon Weiss (MBA ’16) have been named to the Poets & Quants Best and Brightest MBAs of the Class of 2016 list. The list recognizes 100 outstanding 2016 graduates from...
Tutorials Provide Real World Experience for MBAs

Left to right: Jonah Trout (MBA '16), Christopher Copenhaver (MBA '16), Hilary Halpern (MBA '17), and Shuang Hao (MBA '16) present their findings to FinTech leaders.

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Financial Advice From 3 Top Professors On National Teacher Appreciation Day
Even if you are checking your investments infrequently, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket … diversify,” says Reena Aggarwal, finance professor and director of the Center for Financial Markets...
Where Do We Go Next? How to Put Your Research Mission into Action
“We have a bunch of topics that are strategic in everything that we do, and it goes from how we recruit staff to how we decide what is a center and what is not, how we decide where we’ll dedicate...
Wall Street Values Tesla Motors at $620,000 Per Car
Tesla could make money in the future selling batteries or autonomous vehicles, but its valuation is questionable nonetheless and leaves no allowance for operational setbacks, said Georgetown...
If I Ask for a Favor, Will You Buy?
You probably think that retailers should do you a favor. Now it turns out that it may be the other way around. In case you’re saying “Huh,” here’s the explanation. Two professors at Georgetown’s...
On the Money!
A contributed article by Catherine Tinsley, faculty director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute: Congratulations to the U.S. Treasury Department for its recent decision to put...
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The Sport of Kings after American Pharoah
"We have done a horrible job of reaching out to the next generation," said Thomas Cooke, a professor of business and law at Georgetown University who heads a race horse association in...
Having Babies at Business School: Moms Who Are Making It Work
“I would say yes, that is certainly the trend,” says Kerry Pace, associate dean for MBA programs at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Though the school doesn’t have statistics on...
MBA Program Honors Students, Faculty, and Staff

At the traditional end-of-year barbecue, the Georgetown McDonough MBA program and students presented several awards to students, faculty, and staff.

The Outstanding Student...

Students Mentor Area Children Through “Lemonade Day”

For some children, starting a lemonade stand is a rite of passage. For others, the front yard, “$.50 a glass” signs are part of American culture. For about a dozen students at Georgetown...

Commencement Speakers
Georgetown McDonough Announces Commencement Speakers

Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and Humana President and CEO...

TAA Fight on the Horizon
Trade adjustment assistance is paltry, pathetic, puny,” Bob Vastine, a senior industry fellow at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, said during a discussion on Capitol Hill. “...

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