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Favorite Professors Of The ‘Best & Brightest’ EMBAs
Georgetown’s Ellen Davis, for example, credits Reena Aggarwal with teaching her how to read — the financial section at least. “I am not a numbers person, and was very apprehensive to take Finance,”...
Summer Spending Slump Continues; Autumn to Bring Increases

Researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business predict consumer spending will continue to slightly decline from July to August....

Finance Professor Shares Expertise with SEC Committee

James Angel, associate professor of finance at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, appeared before...

robert bies
Management Style: When Is It Viewed as Abusive?
Managers who communicate clear motives, engender trust within their teams, and have a track record of winning tend to be viewed positively even if their style is aggressive or extremely demanding,...
Here's Why Donald Trump Could Win Ohio and Michigan
So why have the candidates moved left on trade, even if the electorate has not? Economists Bradford Jensen, Dennis Quinn, and Stephen Weymouth of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business may have an...
Georgetown MBA Announces New Admissions Essay and Video

“What matters to you?”

It’s a subject on the minds of the MBA Admissions team at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and the new essay question on the...

As Rio 2016 Kicks Into Full Gear, Can The Surging Bovespa Receive An Olympic-Inspired Bump?
“What is unusual about Brazil is the fact that the stock market has done as well as it has in the months leading up to the Olympics. I think quite frankly it’s because of the political environment in...
The Price War a Foreign Company Can Never Win
A letter to the editor by Charles Skuba, professor of the practice in international business and marketing: As Leslie Hook and Charles Clover mention in their report “Uber strikes deal with rival...
Exchanges Supercharge Rules to Fight Cheaters Based Outside U.S.
“The exchanges are supposed to be doing the front-line surveillance,” said Jim Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington. “It’s important as people are getting more concerned...
Thomas Cooke
Democrats Unrelenting on Trump’s Tax Returns, Use Issue to Question His Honesty
“This just may not be the bombshell everybody is expecting,” said Thomas B. Cooke, a professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “I’m expecting to see a tax return rather...
betsy sigman
YouTube Stars to Livestream From the Olympics
"We want our information, and we want it now," Betsy Page Sigman said, a professor of operations and information management at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business....
Arthur Dong
Why U.S. Tech Companies Can't Figure Out China
“There’s a home-field advantage,” said Arthur Dong, a professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. “Whether it’s state function of government policy or a less formal policy, foreign...
What You Need to Know About Finding a Job Post-MBA
We’re joined today by Shari Hubert, Associate Dean of Admissions at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, and by Doreen Amorosa, Associate Dean and Managing Director of Career Management at...
robert bies
Abusive Leader or Master Motivator?
A contributed article co-authored by Robert Bies, professor of management and founder of the Executive Master’s in Leadership Program: Over the years and across many industries, society has been...
Marlene Morris Towns
Verizon Buys Yahoo for $4.8 Billion, And It's Giving Yahoo's Brand Another Chance
“The old-fashioned definition for a ‘dying brand’ was when a company went out of business,” said Marlene Towns, a professor at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. “The more recent definition...
Executive MBAs Share Their Biggest Business School Lessons
For many of this year’s Best & Brightest EMBAs, harnessing this diversity was the biggest lesson from business school. Georgetown’s Ellen Davis, best known for coining the phrase “Cyber Monday,”...

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