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Georgetown McDonough students, faculty, and staff are newsmakers, whether being featured in the press, in the award-winning Georgetown Business magazine, or on social media. Learn more about the Office of Marketing and Communications, and find access to the school's media kit, downloadable images, and more.

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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...
Debora Thompson, Georgetown McDonough School of Business
Debora Thompson, associate professor of marketing at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, is an expert in consumer behavior, decision making, information processing, comparative...
Icahn in Control After Dell Ups Offer to Take Company Private
Icahn's current proposal remains $2 to $4 more per share than Dell's counterproposal and there is little need for Icahn to budge, said Jason Schloetzer, assistant professor of accounting at...
The Blacklash Against Female Negotiators
The Backlash Against Female Negotiators
Recent research surrounding women in leadership roles, co‐authored by business management expert Catherine Tinsley of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, discovered that there is a...
Special Report: The Unfinished Business of Financial Reform
Podcast with James Angel, expert on financial crises from Georgetown University's School of Business. Where do we stand in trying to prevent the next crisis? Where are the greatest risks? And,...
Chinese Policy Makers
Chinese Policymakers Are Being Sent To A Mao Bootcamp Where They're Being Re-educated With Communist Party Ideals
After a two-week visit to China and Hong Kong, Arthur Dong, professor of strategy and economics at Georgetown University told Business Insider that he is seeing more party indoctrination.
Georgetown MBA Interview with Teri Delgado
McDonough has empowered me to apply my leadership skills in both global and local contexts. My favorite part of the experience has been building relationships with students and the community as a...
Intersection of Fraud and Traffic Violations
Their results are reported in a paper, “Executives’ ‘Off‐the‐Job’ Behavior, Corporate Culture and Financial Reporting Risk,” which is to appear in the Journal of Financial Economics. It was written...
Bill Raduchel on Getting Into Harvard and The Future of Newspapers
Raduchel teaches at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business. He also sits on two public boards and one private one, advises others and does some angel investing. He has advised Naspers — the...
Three of the World's Best Business Schools are Flourishing in the DC Area
Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, which managed to acquire the No. 14 spot, is known for its emphasis on global business. It's also recognized for its intriguing integration of...
B-School Year Gets Off to an Earlier Start
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business last year added a mandatory three-week summer session in August to give students a taste of international-business practices. At Georgetown...
Charity Might Not Protect Your Company From A Boycott -- But It Could Lessen The Blow
A study released recently by Georgetown University finds that boycotts do, in fact, take a toll—though not in the way many might expect. Prof. Mary-Hunter McDonnell looked at 221 boycotts organized...
Morning Risk Report: Donating to Charities in Face of a Boycott
“When companies engaged in a lot of charitable activity before they were targeted and have built a good reputation in the absence of the boycott, then they really don’t have to respond to the crisis...

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