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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.
Libor Explained: How Manipulated Rates Could Be Hurting (Or Helping) You
James J. Angel, associate professor of finance, Georgetown University. McDonough School of Business: Libor stands for the London Interbank Offered Rate. It’s the rate at which banks are able to...
Not So Fast, Libor Manipulation Still A Threat Under NYSE Euronext Takeover
James Angel, associate professor of finance at Georgetown University says, “The real question is how the rates will be determined. Historically, there’s been no consequences for wild guesses made by...
NYSE Euronext to Run Scandal-Hit Libor
NYSE Euronext to run scandal-hit Libor
James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, said the shift to NYSE Euronext signals diversification amid diminishing trading volumes and revenues in...
Big Data – Why Should MBAs Care?
Big data has provoked debate among leading MBA institutions. The McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University recently held a conference to debate big data in March this year. They invited...
The Psychology of Sweatshop Labor
Article by Neeru Paharia, assistant professor of marketing at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
Bill Raduchel’s Life Winds Through the Tech Leaders of Our Time
Bill Raduchel, who lives in Great Falls and teaches at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, met Facebook President Sean Parker when Parker was still poor, and Bill Gates when he was...
Risks and Rewards of Consumer-Generated Ads
Article by Debora Thompson, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
CEO Speeding Tickets, Luxury Spending Could Be Early Warning of Fraud
Research shows CEO recruits who have had even one minor legal infraction, such as a speeding ticket, are seven times more likely to engineer an accounting fraud than CEOs with completely clean...
At The Last Minute, Dell Delays Shareholder Vote To Go Private
If the Michael Dell/Silver Lake offer is approved by shareholders, Dell may have to wait on the response from Icahn and Southeastern Asset Management, said Jason Schloetzer, assistant professor of...
Executive MBA Ranking
Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBA is ranked #12, and Executive MBA is listed at #27 in the inaugural Economist Executive MBA ranking.
#21 “Set the World on Fire” – Georgetown MBA Admissions Q&A with Ms. Shari Hubert
Ms. Shari Hubert, Associate Dean of MBA Admissions at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, joined the show to share more about the Georgetown MBA, located in Washington D.C. With its...
Stores Use Cell Phones to Track Consumers
Stores Use Cell Phones To Track Consumers
TV coverage featuring Marlene Morris Towns, teaching professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, on NBC News' Morning Joe 6-9pm ET.
If China Is Really Serious About Financial Reform
If China Really Is Serious About Financial Reforms It Needs To Liberalize Deposit Rates
"It is the ceiling that is placed on deposits that acts as a powerful source of "free" funds to the Chinese banking system benefiting borrowers at the cost of lenders (depositors),...
Apple Taps Locationary to Get Maps in the Right Place
Not only has the company reportedly acquired Locationary, but possibly transit-focused HopStop too. "I think it is a way for Apple to get back into the mapping game," suggested Georgetown...
Fast Cars and Speeding Tickets
Fast Cars and Speeding Tickets: How the Boss’s Behavior in Private Life Predicts a Company’s Wrongdoing
We speak of companies’ wrongdoing, said Robert Davidson, professor at Georgetown University and lead author of the report, “but a firm doesn’t do anything—the people that are running the firm make...

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