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MGM National Harbor Grand Opening
MGM National Harbor Grand Opening
Matthew Cypher, professor of real estate and Director of the Steers Center for Global Real Estate at Georgetown’s McDonough School, talked about the MGM National Harbor grand opening.
B -Schools That Create The Best College Experience
B -Schools That Create The Best College Experience
While Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business wasn’t at the top in either “signature experience” of global immersion category, no other school’s Class of 2014 mentioned study abroad experiences as...
Christine Porath
How Organizations Rid Themselves of Rudeness
How Organizations Rid Themselves of Rudeness
Been rude to someone at work lately? If not, you are in the minority. Christine Porath in her forthcoming book Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace, points out that uncivil,...
Georgetown McDonough MBA: The Intersection of Business and Policy
Georgetown McDonough MBA: The Intersection of Business and Policy
“McDonough sits just blocks away from the Capitol, the White House, the World Bank and 177 embassies,” explained James P. Moore, the managing director of the Business, Society and Public Policy...
Christine Porath
Fostering Civility in a Time of Disrespect
Fostering Civility in a Time of Disrespect
Just in time for the season of giving, Christine Porath, a Georgetown University management professor, brings us “Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace” (Grand Central), a slender, but...
Increase in Diversity Initiatives – Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
Increase in Diversity Initiatives – Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
No other school included on the Poets&Quants’ top 50 undergraduate business programs enrolled a more diverse entering class of business students this fall than Georgetown University’s Georgetown...
Arthur T. Dong
Navarro to Provide Shot of Testosterone to China Relations
Navarro to Provide Shot of Testosterone to China Relations
An article by Arthur Dong: The recent appointment of Peter Navarro by President-elect Trump to head the newly formed White House National Trade Council sends a strong signal that it will not be...
Job Placement At The Best Undergraduate Business Programs
Job Placement At The Best Undergraduate Business Programs
The school with the best 2016 track record on the job front was Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business at 99%. Buoyed by a cooperative education (co-op) program, Northeastern’s...
Christine Porath
The Behavior Making Work Even More Stressful
The Behavior Making Work Even More Stressful
Feel as if you’ve been snubbed or dissed by a boss or co-worker lately? It’s probably not your imagination. Workplace rudeness is rampant -- and on the rise, according to Christine Porath, an...
Where Biz Undergrads Go To Work
Where Biz Undergrads Go To Work
Where a business undergraduate ultimately goes to work is often a matter of what school he or she goes to. Everyone knows that geography is often destiny when it comes to jobs. But the choice of a...
Arthur T. Dong
Yuan's Steep Drop Poses Major Risks for Chinese, Global Economies
Yuan's Steep Drop Poses Major Risks for Chinese, Global Economies
An article by Arthur Dong: The 1979 film “The China Syndrome” dramatized a fictional nuclear power plant meltdown that had the potential to burn its way to China. Since the film’s release, the...
Thomas Cooke
Three Lessons from the Ethics Office Reversal
Three Lessons from the Ethics Office Reversal
An article by Thomas Cooke: Before the 115th session of Congress could be sworn in, the Republican House leadership arranged several closed-door meetings, voting to eliminate the Office of...
Morning Agenda: Davos Man vs. Trump, Samsung Leader Faces Arrest, Tax Time
Morning Agenda: Davos Man vs. Trump, Samsung Leader Faces Arrest, Tax Time
It’s complicated. The dire warnings over the economic fallout of a vote for Mr. Trump or in favor of Brexit have not come to pass. The underlying strength of the economy could be an argument for the...
Arthur T. Dong
China's Still Producing, but the World isn't Buying, Trade Data Shows
China's Still Producing, but the World isn't Buying, Trade Data Shows
An article by Arthur Dong: On Friday, China’s Ministry of Commerce released its December trade figures. What did the numbers reveal? On balance, China’s aggregate exports declined year over year by...
Donald Trump Announces Investment, Jobs Deal With Japan's SoftBank
Donald Trump Announces Investment, Jobs Deal With Japan's SoftBank
“On the surface, a foreign business person saying that ‘I’m going to invest in the U.S. because an administration’s policies will favor my company’ is unobjectionable -- it’s just a P.R. matter,”...
Larry Downes
Lawmakers Change Their Tone on AT&T and Time Warner Deal
Lawmakers Change Their Tone on AT&T and Time Warner Deal
Over all, senators were asking “hard questions,” said Larry Downes, a professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. But, he added, “they seem to be open-minded about the changing nature of...

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