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Long Island Marketing Strategist at Upside Business Consultants Releases New Article to Help New York Business Owners Improve their 2014 Marketing Plan
Every business owner should have a clear understanding of his/her customers and competitors in a marketing plan, according to marketing professor, Robert Thomas, at Georgetown University.
How to be a Successful Entrepreneur: Pick Your Friends Wisely
Jason Schloetzer, Assistant Professor at the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University, shared with me this: “Personal networks facilitate the accumulation and diffusion of information...
The Future of Business School
Brooks Holtom was a guest on this show: In the high-rolling '80s and early '90s, a master's degree in business administration was seen as the ticket to a lucrative career. In the...
Top Salaries: Highest Earning Business Schools
Georgetown McDonough was #4 on the list at $60,513: Senior Associate Dean and Director of Undergraduate Programs Norean R. Sharpe believes it is essential that McDonough students get a well-rounded...
Do You Have the Skills to Succeed at Work?
Do You Have the Skills to Succeed at Work?
For some people, learning new skills may involve going back to school. One option is a Master of Business Administration degree, according to Doreen Amorosa, associate dean and managing director at...
Another Reason not to Hire Larry Ellison
Robert Davidson of Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business was intrigued by the concept of "personal frugality," which he describes as "having a longer-term focus and...
Twitter IPO Offers Banks an Entree to Spoils
"Each IPO by itself might seem like it's a small fee. But if a banker has been selected to do Twitter, they're more likely to get the next deal," said Reena Aggarwal, finance...
FireEye, Box, Other Tech Startups Shun Buyouts for IPOs
“Unlike the dot‐com bubble, this time around tech startups had actual revenue and not just clicks." Reena Aggarwal Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.
MSCI Puts ISS on Block Amid Proxy Firm Headwinds
Professor Reena Aggarwal of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business said in an interview her research shows that institutional investors value their votes enough to give up...
A Realistic Approach to Cyber Security Means Avoiding the Trap of Near-Miss Complacency
How many times do we hear about people failing to heed warnings of potential danger from natural or man-made disasters only to be negatively affected? Researchers Robin Dillon-Merrill and Catherine...
Dennis Quinn: McDonough School of Business
Dennis Quinn professor of economics at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, is an expert in business, public policy and international political economy. …“With economic globalisation...
Another Nasdaq Malfunction
Another Nasdaq Malfunction Shuts Down Options Market
“Anything that makes headlines puts more pressure on the SEC to do something visible about exchange technology,” said James Angel, a Georgetown University professor. “The question is: Will the SEC do...
Muddy Waters Seen Right on NQ Mobile Payments
A high DSO “to me sounds like a red flag with a siren going off,” said James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University. “This is one of the classic signs of a fraud. You can easily...
5 Ways to Earn Respect as a New Hire
Take a genuine interest in others. If top performing new hires show no interest or appreciation for those around them, there might be respect for their work but no respect for the person. Therefore,...
Coke and Pepsi Face Diabetes Backlash
Coke and Pepsi Face Diabetes Backlash
“People are not willing to punish the brand for obesity, which seems like a lifestyle problem. But diabetes is considered a disease, and many consumers see the parent brand as contributing to it,”...
The Most Important Person in Twitter's IPO
The Most Important Person in Twitter’s IPO
James Angel is a finance professor at Georgetown University, he watched designated market makers in action during the LinkedIn IPO. "They would be calling out the various prices at which they...

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