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Strategies to Pay off Debt
Strategies to Pay off Debt
Perhaps the most stunning result of the research is that consolidating multiple credit card accounts into one big account at a lower interest rate is not as beneficial as people assume, says Simon...
Tech Firms Get Their MBA Talent From These Schools
Tech Firms Get Their MBA Talent From These Schools
Georgetown McDonough ranked among business schools where leading tech firms get their MBA talent.
Christine Porath
Georgetown Prof Asks: Are You An Uncivil Leader?
Georgetown Prof Asks: Are You An Uncivil Leader?
A little over two decades ago, something happened that would send Christine Porath down a specific path. Her father, who to that point had always been healthy, suffered a “heart attack scare.” Porath...
Arthur Dong
Lessons from 'The Art of War' Ahead of Momentous Xi-Trump Summit
Lessons from 'The Art of War' Ahead of Momentous Xi-Trump Summit
An op-ed by Arthur Dong, teaching professor: “Cast in the spotlight of the media glare, the historic summit between President Donald Trump and President Xi Jinping will involve issues of strategic...
Allan-Eberhart-PhD-Georgetown
SEC Rejects Bitcoin ETFs: Should You Reject Bitcoin Investments?
SEC Rejects Bitcoin ETFs: Should You Reject Bitcoin Investments?
An op-ed by Allan Eberhart, professor of finance and the founding director of the Master of Science in Finance program: “Advocates of exchange traded funds (ETFs) based on bitcoins are now 0 for 2 as...
michael czinkota
New World, New Policy: “What Do I Owe Ya’?”
New World, New Policy: “What Do I Owe Ya’?”
An op-ed by Michal Czinkota, associate professor of international business: “President Trump announced a new executive order aimed at pushing forward his trade agenda. Targeting the US trade deficit...
With O'Reilly, 50 Advertisers Choose Brand Image Over Ratings
With O'Reilly, 50 Advertisers Choose Brand Image Over Ratings
An op-ed by Marlene Towns, adjunct professor of marketing: “Bill O’Reilly and Fox News have once again gone from reporting the news to being the news. The New York Times reported over $13 million...
2017 Best & Brightest: Georgetown University (McDonough)
2017 Best & Brightest: Georgetown University (McDonough)
Graduating seniors Bserat Ghebremicael and Andrew Fogarty were listed among Poets&Quants’ Best and Brightest graduates for 2017.
MBA Student Runs Marathon in Antarctica to Promote the Healing Power of Music
MBA Student Runs Marathon in Antarctica to Promote the Healing Power of Music

After months of early-morning runs during Washington, D.C.’s relatively mild winter, Nick Stukel (MED/MBA ’18) traveled to King George Island, Antarctica, in March to compete in his fifth marathon...

Real Estate Luminaries Event at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business
Real Estate Luminaries Event at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business

REAL ESTATE LUMINARIES EVENT AT GEORGETOWN’S MCDONOUGH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

A Conversation with Luminary Ric Clark, Moderated by Mark Gibson

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New Research Shows That Confidence Is a Measurable Skill That Improves a Business's Bottom Line
New Research Shows That Confidence Is a Measurable Skill That Improves a Business's Bottom Line
If your company is predicated upon restricting employees’ freedom—limiting their ability to make mistakes and learn from them—you could be diminishing your revenue. A two-year study that was just...
James J. Angel
GM Under Pressure From Investor David Einhorn to Split Stock in Two Classes
GM Under Pressure From Investor David Einhorn to Split Stock in Two Classes
“If it makes the equities more attractive to investors, because now they can have more choice, great,” said James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University. “Is it a panacea for low...
Samsung's Sleek S8 Has Curved Screen, Facial Recognition
Samsung's Sleek S8 Has Curved Screen, Facial Recognition
Unveiling the S8 Wednesday at New York's Lincoln Center, Samsung's president of mobile communications, DJ Koh, highlighted innovation and how the company had learned from its mistakes....
Paul Almeida
Why Georgetown McDonough Has A Dean of Innovation
Why Georgetown McDonough Has A Dean of Innovation
Paul Almeida doesn’t care too much about “titles and stuff.” What does he care about? “I like building new opportunities,” Georgetown McDonough’s new deputy dean of executive education and innovation...
John Cui
App Store Sales for Android to Overtake Apple’s iOS, Report Says
App Store Sales for Android to Overtake Apple’s iOS, Report Says
More people in China will purchase Android phones over iPhones because they are relatively affordable, analysts said. An Android phone can be purchased in China for roughly $300, said John Cui,...
Sears, Another Intensive Care Retailer
Sears, Another Intensive Care Retailer
Sears is an example of another retail victim facing online sales companies, who is to blame? José Guerrero-Cusumano analyzes.

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