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What Lawmakers Gained From Raking JPMorgan Over the Coals
What Lawmakers Gained From Raking JPMorgan Over the Coals
What Lawmakers Gained From Raking JPMorgan Over the Coals
"The guys that invented the product messed up big time. And if the best and the brightest can mess up like that, what does it mean for the rest of the system?" says Jim Angel, associate...
Telecommuting Can Boost Productivity and Job Performance
Telecommuting Can Boost Productivity and Job Performance
An opinion article by Michael Boyer O'Leary, assistant professor of management, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
Chasing Euforie
Chasing Euforie
While on residency in South Africa with my Georgetown McDonough Executive Master's in Leadership class, my team and I taught entrepreneurship to a group of 27 students at the Raymond Ackerman...
New Laws Take Guesswork Out of Investment Tax Liability
New laws take guesswork out of investment tax liability
New laws take guesswork out of investment tax liability
“When people buy stock over time, FIFO may not be the best option,” said Thomas Cooke, a tax and business law professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “That makes it very...
Washington becomes a test case for changes in online higher education
Washington becomes a test case for changes in online higher education
Georgetown University’s business school intends to welcome its first crop of 50 students for an online master’s degree in finance next January. Online graduate degrees in leadership and international...
Top B-Schools for Full-Tuition Scholarships
Top B-Schools for Full-Tuition Scholarships
Georgetown McDonough is listed among the top schools for scholarships.
Georgetown Carries The Weight Of New Big East Into Tournament
Georgetown Carries The Weight Of New Big East Into Tournament
To get a major TV deal, “Georgetown, Villanova or Marquette has to go to the Final Four,” says Ken Homa, a marketing professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business and a season ticket holder...
Building Classroom Communities with Google+
Building Classroom Communities with Google+
How can you transform a classroom full of students into a community of learners? Betsy Page Sigman, a distinguished teaching professor in the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University in...
SEC Favors Pilot Program To Vary Tick Size For Small Stocks
SEC Favors Pilot Program To Vary Tick Size For Small Stocks
James J. Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University, said a well-designed pilot program should last at least five years in order to provide meaningful data about the impact of varying tick...
As SEC OKs Facebook Plan, USB Objects
As SEC OKs Facebook plan, UBS objects
As SEC OKs Facebook plan, UBS objects
“It’s a situation where nobody is really happy at the end of the day,” said Georgetown University Professor James Angel. “It’s a bad situation with plenty of losses all around.”
Samsung Tests Whether Three Heads Are Better than One
Samsung Tests Whether Three Heads Are Better than One
A guest blog post by David Heenan: The announcement last week that the Samsung Electronics is elevating two executives, Boo-Keun Yoon and J. K. Shin, to the CEO role was met with interest in...
Commentary: Are we more uncivil in Washington these days? What are the costs?
Commentary: Are we more uncivil in Washington these days? What are the costs?
Christine Porath, Ph.D., is an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and co-author of “The Cost of Bad Behavior.”
Bitcoin bubble grows and grows
Bitcoin bubble grows and grows
Jim Angel, professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, is skeptical of Bitcoin’s long-term viability. “Governments don’t like competition in the currency business and if...
Nasdaq Sets Second Quarter Launch for ETF Market Maker Incentives
Nasdaq Sets Second Quarter Launch for ETF Market Maker Incentives
“However, there are other ways to provide those incentives,’’ said James J. Angel, capital markets professor at Georgetown University, in a comment on the Nasdaq plan to the SEC. “Permitting issuers...
When it comes to diversity, white male managers not doing so hot
When it comes to diversity, white male managers not doing so hot
The survey also allows the companies to use numbers where there were previously only anecdotes. “Having that empirical evidence is an eye-opener,” said David Thomas, dean of Georgetown University’s...
Listen: Talented Leaders and Diplomats
Listen: Talented Leaders and Diplomats
Another strategy adopted by some schools is to establish partnerships with other institutions recognized by sustained work in the field of international relations. Such is the case of ESADE and...

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