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What Lululemon Needs From Its Next CEO
One thing they should look for is someone with product expertise, says Jason Schloetzer, a professor in Georgetown University‘s McDonough School of Business. “There needs to be more of an emphasis on...
'Libertarianism: What Everyone Needs to Know"
"Libertarianism: What Everyone Needs to Know" featuring the author Jason Brennan
Featuring the author Jason Brennan, Assistant Professor of Ethics, Economics, and Public Policy, Georgetown University; with comments by Aaron Ross Powell, Research Fellow, Cato Institute and Editor...
Bitcoin Prices Lose a Bit of Their Wild Side
Bitcoin prices lose a bit of their wild side
“Bitcoins are attracting a newer generation of government skeptics,” said James Angel, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
Protecting Yourself from Competitive Expectations
Catherine Tinsley of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, Kathleen O’Connor of Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, and Brandon Sullivan of the University of...
NSA Surveillance Pros & Cons: A Georgetown Professor Weighs in on Eric Snowden
A dispassionate, apolitical voice of reason, Professor Marcia Miceli of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is an expert in organizational behavior, whistle blowing and...
SEC Rethinks Sweetheart Settlements
SEC rethinks sweetheart settlements
“If they admit guilt, they open themselves wide open to a series of lawsuits from other people about whatever actions occur,” says James J. Angel, an associate professor of finance at Georgetown...
Pay Attention To the Ad Creator Behind the Curtain
Pay Attention to the Ad Creator Behind the Curtain
Over the last few years, companies have involved consumers in marketing initiatives with the expectation of increasing brand engagement with target markets. In the paper, Consumer-generated Ads: Does...
David A. Thomas, Ph.D., named to DTE Energy Board of Directors
David A. Thomas, Ph.D., a recognized thought leader in organizational behavior and strategic human resource management, was named to the DTE Energy Board of Directors effective June 21.Thomas has...
Chinese ham may be exported from Virginia, US
Article by Michael Czinkota and Charles Skuba
Why China Is Purposely Pushing Its Banking System to the Edge of a Crisis
Why China Is Purposely Pushing Its Banking System To The Edge Of A Crisis
"Immediately there are gonna be convulsions, which they're going to address in the short‐term with re‐injections of capital," Arthur Dong, professor of strategy and economics at...
Georgetown Dean's Big Plan to Bost the B-School's Rankings
Georgetown Dean’s Big Plan to Boost The B-School’s Rankings
David Thomas digs BHAGs – short for big, hairy, audacious goals. So much so that only a few months into his deanship at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business he was already dropping jaws and...
Consumer-Generated Ads: Good For Retention, Bad For Growth
An article by Prashant Malaviya, Associate Professor of Marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
Boss’s Remark, Employee’s Deed and Moral Quandary
As human beings, we are predisposed to be obedient to authority, no matter how malevolent it may be,” said Edward Soule, an associate professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown who...
Investing: Lessons from Apple's fall
Exponential growth becomes harder with size. Stock prices tend to track earnings and revenue, and every time a company's earnings and sales double, it becomes harder for them to double again,...
Why Politicians and Protestors Successfully Fail at Striking a Deal
Why politicians and protestors successfully fail at striking a deal
“There’s kind of a repetitive pattern of somewhat of a turnover in government and new government officials who have never dealt with the problem, they have a tendency of feeling like they should...
Boost B-School Applications by Attending Diversity Events
Students can connect with admissions officers by asking them tough questions, says Shari Hubert, the associate dean of MBA admissions at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University.

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