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Top Business School Deans Paving Way for Success in the DC-Area
Three local deans made the cut from Georgetown University, University of Maryland, and University of Virginia, each given a full page spread on the Financial Times' website. Here are a couple of...
Trusting Your Gut: Smart Management of a Fool's Errand?
Trusting Your Gut: Smart Management or a Fool’s Errand?
Building intuition into the management of people or a business can be tricky, said Rebecca Heino, professor of management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. It’s not exactly...
Smithfield Shareholders Approve Record Chinese Takeover
Smithfield Shareholders Approve Record Chinese Takeover
Charles Skuba, professor of the practice in international business and marketing at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, noted that U.S. corporate hopes of increased investment...
Why the Economist Should Stop Ranking B-Schools
Why The Economist Should Stop Ranking B-Schools
As if it couldn’t get any worse, one business school literally came out of nowhere, climbing at least 71 places to finish at a rank of 30th. The European School of Management and Technology in...
“Which MBA?” Ranking, The Economist
Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Program is #44.
The Top MBA Programs in the Untied States
Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Program is #33.
CEO Quits to Spend Time With Family
CEO Quits to Spend Time with Family-Really. AmerisourceBergen’s Dave Yost Tells why it was Right Choice
Jason Schloetzer, an expert on CEO succession at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, says Mr. Yost's experience sounds more orderly and thoughtful than most. While succession gets...
Shutdown Crisis: We Need a Hostage Negotiator
Shutdown Crisis: We Need a Hostage Negotiator
It’s time to call in a hostage negotiator. I met Voss at CNN after he was summoned in an inspired bit of booking for Christine Roman’s Your Money. After taping a segment, we sat down to talk in...
We Spend Billions a Year Maintaining Phone Lines
We Spend Billions a Year Maintaining Phone Lines (almost) Nobody Depends on. Should we get rid of them?
A back-of-the-envelope estimate by a Georgetown University researcher suggests that telecom companies may be spending as much as $13.5 billion a year maintaining their old phone networks. From that...
With Apples ‘Me-Too’ Product, Brand Equity Takes a Hit
An article by Ronald Goodstein: When a company has positioned itself on the foundation of innovation, the idea of not innovating in a new product – and instead offering a price-play product – can...
For CVS Regulars, Ads Tailored Just to Them
For CVS Regulars, Ads Tailored Just to Them
Prashant Malaviya, associate professor of marketing at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown, said, “Making recommendations to consumers sometimes comes across as being intrusive, and it has...
Cost of Investments in China on the Rise
Costs of Investments in China on the Rise
“China can’t control its rising costs. [Chinese officials are] already doing everything that is within their power to keep costs from rising,” said Arthur T. Dong, an international economics...
Increase Competition Among Banks to Help Small Businesses
An op-ed by Jess Cornaggia: In our study "Does Banking Competition Affect Innovation," we found that banking competition can help small businesses by increasing access to credit -- allowing...
How Do We Know What We Know? Three-Nobel Winning Approaches
The following article is by Pietra Rivoli: Eugene Fama, Lars Peter Hansen, and Robert Shiller were awarded the Nobel Prize in economics today for their efforts to answer to a key question: How do the...
Rebranding of Teams More Art Than Science, Mixed with Results
Rebranding of teams more art than science, mixed with results
“The Baltimore Ravens did a great job,” said Ronald Goodstein, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University. “I thought that was really smart to pick up something that was part of the...
Dumping Redskins Could Have a Major Financial Impact
What’s in a Name? Dumping ‘Redskins’ could have a major financial impact
Ronald Goldstein, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University, values the Redskins franchise at just under $2 billion, when factoring in the brand equity it has created with fans over...

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