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Trump Travel Ban
Trump Travel Ban
An interview with Marlene Morris Towns, adjust professor of marketing: Today we're looking at the latest US travel ban, some of the dismay it's provoked among business leaders. Donald Trump...
Will Trump Break Up the Big Banks?
Will Trump Break Up the Big Banks?
The most likely development is that we get less, not more regulation," said Robert Shapiro, a former Obama adviser and senior fellow at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business.
Even Free Traders Think NAFTA Needs an Update
Even Free Traders Think NAFTA Needs an Update
“He’s too fixated on tariffs and on Mexico paying for the wall,” Charles Skuba, a former trade official at the Commerce Department, told FP. “Let’s hope he thinks more comprehensively and is more...
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Trump’s Travel Ban Leaves Global Businesses and Entrepreneurs Hanging
Trump’s Travel Ban Leaves Global Businesses and Entrepreneurs Hanging
“It sends a global message,” said Thomas Cooke, a professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, “that America is not a good place for doing business.”
Tax Policy and Trade
Tax Policy and Trade
The Center for Business and Public Policy at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business hosts a discussion on international tax policy and trade, including the possibility of taxing U.S....
Nasdaq’s New CEO Adena Friedman Has a Big Job: Reimagining the Stock Exchange
Nasdaq’s New CEO Adena Friedman Has a Big Job: Reimagining the Stock Exchange
She was a key player in the 2005 acquisition of Instinet Group Inc.’s computerized trading division, a deal aimed at shoring up Nasdaq’s trading technology. While Mr. Greifeld shaped the vision for...
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International U.S. Business School Students Fear A Travel Ban
International U.S. Business School Students Fear A Travel Ban
Of 542 full-time MBA students at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, one has been identified as a dual citizen of one of the seven named countries. However, Rohan Williamson, the...
Enrique Lores Discusses Career at HP and the Future of the Company
Enrique Lores Discusses Career at HP and the Future of the Company

Enrique Lores, president of HPs imaging, printing, and solutions business, discussed his career, the split of Hewlett-Packard into two separate companies, and the future of HP Inc. last fall, at...

IFC Tutorials
MBAs Worked on Tutorials with the International Finance Corporation
MBAs Worked on Tutorials with the International Finance Corporation

Every semester, MBA students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business have the opportunity to propose and complete an independent study course to explore real-world or academic projects that...

Panel Innovation in Latin America
Innovation in Latin America Panel at the Woodrow Wilson Center
Innovation in Latin America Panel at the Woodrow Wilson Center

Innovation in Latin America Panel at the Woodrow Wilson Center

On November 30, The Woodrow Wilson Center hosted a panel around the book “...

Hilltop Global
EMBA Alumni Launch Global Management Consulting Firm Focused in Africa
EMBA Alumni Launch Global Management Consulting Firm Focused in Africa

We asked entrepreneurs Philip Agbeko (EMBA ’15) and Osaruyi Imohe (EMBA ’15), currently based in the D.C. area, about Hilltop Global Group, the management consulting company they recently...

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Receives $7.3M Gift for Global Business Education Expansion
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Receives $7.3M Gift for Global Business Education Expansion

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business received a $7.3 million gift from the Baratta family to bolster its existing efforts to educate global-ready leaders by extending more global...

Misty Li
Senior Heading to Morgan Stanley’s Hong Kong Offices After Graduation
Senior Heading to Morgan Stanley’s Hong Kong Offices After Graduation

Misty Li is currently a senior at the McDonough School of Business, double majoring in finance and international business with Chinese coursework. Originally from California, she has taken...

MOOC Results
First Georgetown McDonough Global MOOC Near Completion Worldwide
First Georgetown McDonough Global MOOC Near Completion Worldwide

First Georgetown McDonough Global MOOC Near Completion Worldwide

February 15 will mark the culmination of the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offered by Georgetown’...

MBA Trek to Israel
MBAs Embark on Entrepreneurship Career Trek in Israel
MBAs Embark on Entrepreneurship Career Trek in Israel

Several MBA students at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business spent part of their winter breaks traveling domestically and internationally to network and learn about specific industries...

Bagels with the Dean 60th Anniverary Celebration
Bagels with the Deans Kicks Off Spring Semester with Anniversary Celebration
Bagels with the Deans Kicks Off Spring Semester with Anniversary Celebration

As part of the school’s 60th anniversary celebration, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business kicked off the spring semester on Jan. 26 with a special anniversary-themed Bagels with the Deans....

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