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AT&T Market Tests: Transition, Schmanzition
AT&T Market Tests: Transition, Schmanzition
An article by Center for Business and Public Policy Senior Fellow David Goodfriend: AT&T recently announced the two markets where it will conduct trials under FCC supervision to shut down the old...
When Superstar Executives Become a Company Liability
When Superstar Executives Become a Company Liability
Jason Schloetzer, an assistant professor at Georgetown University who teaches courses on management accounting and performance measurement, says some superstar executives can be serious liabilities,...
The High Cost of Workplace Rudeness
The High Cost of Workplace Rudeness
“Incivility at work has become rampant,” said Christine Porath, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in the US. Half of the North American workers she...
Confused About Bonds? You’re Not Alone
An article by William Droms: The potential impact of rising interest rates on bond prices is of particular concern to retirees who rely on their investment portfolios to fund required retirement...
Old Habitats at Home Embarrass South Korean Consumer Electronics Giants Abroad
Old Habits at Home Embarrass South Korean Consumer Electronics Giants Abroad
Marlene Morris Town, a marketing professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, said the portrayals are "troubling" and imply that men are the sole target of the...
Engineers in Finance: Moving Money with Math and Technology
“The evidence (shows) there is a huge opportunity in the field of finance and banking for people with engineering and, more broadly, STEM backgrounds,” says David A. Thomas, Ph.D., dean of the...
Alumni Relations: Creating a Lifelong Connection to the Institution
The following email Q&A is with Doreen Amorosa, associate dean and managing director of the MBA Career Center at Georgetown University. Colleges and universities across the country are searching...
Georgetown Master in Finance Program Visit
A couple of weeks ago I went to DC to tour the Georgetown Master in Finance program and see for myself the experience that students have and meet with people in admissions. Needless to say, I was...
Georgetown ‘Called’ Bocconi, Italy and the World
"The interest of our students to finance is not at all diminished by the crisis. In fact, today 60% of our students choose to study finance. There is not just Wall Street, we also see an...
Special Report: Ageism in Corporate America
A multi-generational workplace means rising friction, says Bill Novelli, a professor in Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business and coauthor, with Peter Cappelli, of Managing the Older...
Study: CEO Tenure on the Rise
In their work, the report’s authors – two Conference Board researchers and an assistant professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University – also found that fewer CEOs were fired...
MBA Course Focuses on Women
MBA Course Focuses on Women
“We have had decades of women graduating from business school and entering the workplace. Obviously business as usual is not working,” says Catherine Tinsley, who created the six-week course...
Getting GM Employees to Speak Up About Safety
Getting GM Employees to Speak Up About Safety
Finally, Robert Bies, a Georgetown University management professor who has studied what keeps employees from delivering bad news, says that what matters is how people are recognized for suggesting...
Tax Refund Psychology Says Splurge in Order to Save
Knowing that small amounts will just slip out of their budgets unnoticed, more than half of those getting a refund are using it as a forced savings mechanism, says Kurt Carlson, director of...
Wondering What to Do with that Tax Refund?
An article by Ishani Banerji: As someone who studies psychology and consumer behavior, tax season is also a great research opportunity. It raises all sorts of questions, such as why people file when...
How to Best Use the Late Spring and Summer to Prepare for Grad School
Now could also be a great time for reflecting on your study habits during undergrad, according to Shari Hubert, the associate dean of full-time and evening MBA admissions at the McDonough School of...

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