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Heads of Brookfield, USAA Real Estate on Federal Budget, GSA's Future, Opportunities
Heads of Brookfield, USAA Real Estate on Federal Budget, GSA's Future, Opportunities
USAA real estate CEO Len O'Donnell, speaking at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Thursday evening, said the focus of USAA's government building fund is to own Class...
Georgetown University Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics Hosts Scholars of Criminal Law
Georgetown University Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics Hosts Scholars of Criminal Law
Georgetown McDonough Named a Best Value School
Georgetown McDonough Named a Best Value School

Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business has been named a best value school for students pursuing business as an undergraduate major by...

Discussion: Is Fast Fashion Sustainable?
Discussion: Is Fast Fashion Sustainable?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 21, 2017

DISCUSSION: IS FAST FASHION SUSTAINABLE?

WHAT: The Global Social Enterprise Initiative at Georgetown...

Undergraduates Learn Entrepreneurship Through Authorship
Undergraduates Learn Entrepreneurship Through Authorship

How does a student land his or her dream job in today’s world? How can an aspiring entrepreneur launch a new product or service? An innovative new class at Georgetown’s McDonough School of...

Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative Announces Spring 2017 Leonsis Prize Winners
Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative Announces Spring 2017 Leonsis Prize Winners

Several of Georgetown University’s most promising entrepreneurs can now further their business ventures, thanks to the support from the Leonsis...

The “Messy Middle:” Making Sense of the Gender Pay Gap
The “Messy Middle:” Making Sense of the Gender Pay Gap
An op-ed by Cathy Tinsley, professor of management, academic director of the Executive Masters in Leadership Program, and director of the Georgetown Women’s Leadership Institute: “Tax Day is yet...
michael czinkota
Dumping Penalties: Give to Caesar What You Owe to Caesar
Dumping Penalties: Give to Caesar What You Owe to Caesar
An op-ed by Michael Czinkota, associate professor of international marketing: “U.S. President Donald Trump has issued a new executive order focusing on international cheaters, who do not pay their...
Give Budget Director Mick Mulvaney a Beer and He'll Tell You A Lot
Give Budget Director Mick Mulvaney a Beer and He'll Tell You A Lot
The Trump administration has also promised big economic growth. Backing off this plan to eliminate the debt could help with that. Rob Shapiro, of Georgetown University and the economic advisory firm...
How United Could Have Avoided a PR Mess: Check Its Own Schedule
How United Could Have Avoided a PR Mess: Check Its Own Schedule
Rob Britton, an aviation consultant and adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, said when airline employees fly on other carriers, it’s almost always on “standby,”...
Christine Porath
Health Care: Mission Failed
Health Care: Mission Failed
Trump stated to Business Insider that negotiations are “give-and-take. But it’s gotta be mostly take. Because you can’t give. You gotta mostly take.” According to Georgetown professor Christine...
Arthur T. Dong
Why China Remains North Korea’s Biggest Ally
Why China Remains North Korea’s Biggest Ally
“China from a geopolitical point of view as well as geostrategic point of view see North Korea as sort of a buffer zone from the potential encroachment, in a sense, surrounding China by powers that...
Betsy Page Sigman
The Uncertain Future of Online Privacy After FCC Rule Roll Back
The Uncertain Future of Online Privacy After FCC Rule Roll Back
“If you want to function in today's world, you end up giving up some information," said Betsy Page Sigman, a professor at Georgetown University. Sigman says consumers can try to opt out of...
United Airlines Stock Price Fall: How Much Did The Passenger-Dragging PR Disaster Cost The Company?
United Airlines Stock Price Fall: How Much Did The Passenger-Dragging PR Disaster Cost The Company?
The company's market capitalization lost about $570 million in the week after the incident, but the real impact of the company’s reputational damage may not play out for several months,...
Marlene Morris Towns
Damage to United Airlines's Brand Will Be Lasting, Irreparable
Damage to United Airlines's Brand Will Be Lasting, Irreparable
An op-ed by Marlene Towns, adjunct professor of marketing: “Service failures happen; they are a reality of life in the service industry and are not uncommon. As studies in the services marketing...
Reena Aggarwal
Top U.S. Business Schools Are Racing to Incorporate Blockchain
Top U.S. Business Schools Are Racing to Incorporate Blockchain
Reena Aggarwal, director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, said that her school recently reached the tipping point of...

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