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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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Obama Backs Net Neutrality, Stuns Industry
United States Telecom Association (USTelecom), the Washington lobby group for telecom service providers, has also been stressing the potential negative impact on investment. In late October, US...
China's Russia Power Play
Along with being restricted by the Western sanctions damaging the ruble, globally operating giants like Russia's state-owned oil company Rosneft have been losing profits because of declining...
Undergraduate Student Publishes Finance Research in International Business Journal
Undergraduate Student Publishes Finance Research in International Business Journal

Last fall, Alexandra Sharp submitted her final research project to her Global Financial Markets and Institutions class, little did she know that this was only the beginning of a semester long...

The Ethical Limits of Markets

The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics (GISME) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will focus its fall symposium on “The Ethical Limits of Markets” on...

Georgetown MBA Advances to 24th in Businessweek Ranking

This year, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business jumped to 24th in the Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of top full-time MBA programs. The school was 30th in 2012, when the ranking was...

Fight Night
Evening MBA Students Host Boxing Night, Raise $5,600 for Charity

On the night of Sept. 27, more than 300 Georgetown students, alumni, and their guests packed the Sphinx Club in downtown Washington, D.C. The occasion was the first annual Georgetown McDonough...

Dean David Thomas at a Board of Trade Panel
Dean Thomas Discusses Future of Business Education at D.C. Panel

Georgetown McDonough School of Business Dean David A. Thomas joined five other business school deans from regional universities to discuss the nuanced and dynamic relationship between business...

Kickstarting TTIP Negotiations

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy to Present “Has TTIP Run Out of Gas? How to Refuel and Kickstart It” on Capitol Hill, Nov. 6

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Alta Gracia research report cover
Can an Apparel Factory Pay Living Wages and be Competitive? New Georgetown Research Says Yes

In 2010, an apparel brand called Alta Gracia commenced operations with a unique business model. Workers at the company’s factory in the Dominican Republic earn a living wage that is more than...

Colombia Crude Oil
Executive Education Delivers Program for Leading Energy Company and Expands Network in Colombia

Earlier this month, members of Georgetown McDonough Office of Executive Education traveled to Bogotá, Colombia, to run a custom program for Pacific Rubiales Energy. Designed for rising executives...

“Leading Through Change,” a Washington Women’s Leadership Initiative luncheon held at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business on Oct. 15.
Katharine Weymouth Shares Lessons from Tenure as Washington Post Publisher

Katharine Weymouth spent seven years as publisher of The Washington Post, following in the footsteps of her grandmother, Katharine Graham.

Weymouth shared lessons from her time at...

Executive MBA Ranking 2014
In the Financial Times’ 2014 ranking of executive MBA programs, Georgetown McDonough’s collaborative Global Executive MBA with ESADE ranked 22nd. Georgetown McDonough’s executive MBA ranks 36th in...
Paul Almeida
Executive MBAs Turn To Entrepreneurship After Business School
At Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business in Washington, up to 50% of students in a recent EMBA class were start-up founders, says Paul Almeida, senior associate dean of executive education. “They...
From The Farm to The Mobile App
There is a secret in America. Specifically, in rural America. The secret is there is entrepreneurial life outside of Silicon Valley and Tech Alley. Georgetown University’s McDonough School of...
Edward Soule
Hearts on their sleeves
John Kline, a professor of international business diplomacy in the Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University, has been studying the Alta Gracia experiment since its inception and...
Dean David Thomas
How They Made It to the Top
Mr. Thomas, the Georgetown dean, studied some of those challenges in his book about the career paths of business executives. He and his co-author found that people of color aren’t encouraged to jump...

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