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Georgetown MBAs Win 2017 Fuels Institute Case Competition
Georgetown MBAs Win 2017 Fuels Institute Case Competition
According to Georgetown University, three McDonough School of Business MBA students recently won the 2017 Fuels Institute Case Competition following to their proposal on incorporating liquefied...
Kate Spade & Company Redefining the Global Value Chain
Kate Spade & Company Redefining the Global Value Chain
An op-ed by Cathy Tinsley, professor of management and director of the Georgetown Women’s Leadership Institute: This line of merchandise is part of a social enterprise initiative that is improving...
2017 Best EMBAs: Miri Rosner, Georgetown (McDonough) and ESADE
2017 Best EMBAs: Miri Rosner, Georgetown (McDonough) and ESADE
There were several factors that influenced my decision to choose the Georgetown|ESADE GEMBA Program. First, I attribute my ability to attend this program (and achieve a longtime dream!) to the...
Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer Could Now Move From the C-Suite to the VC Suite
Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer Could Now Move From the C-Suite to the VC Suite
The old America Online provides a useful comparison to Yahoo!, Michael McDermott, professor at Georgetown's McDonough School of Business, and not just because Verizon is the buyer in both cases...
Reena Aggarwal
U.S. Business Schools Embrace 'Fintech' as Students Clamor for Courses
U.S. Business Schools Embrace 'Fintech' as Students Clamor for Courses
"Ten years ago everyone wanted to go into investment banking or in the trading side," said Reena Aggarwal, Director of the Georgetown Center for Financial Markets and Policy. "Now the...
A Different Kind of Food Delivery Connects Diners with Immigrant Chefs
A Different Kind of Food Delivery Connects Diners with Immigrant Chefs
Vang wanted to start a business that could hire immigrants like his mom and help them land on their feet. Vang began developing the business plan for Foodhini in his classes at Georgetown. He was...
Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire
Jared Kushner’s Other Real Estate Empire
When I presented JK2 Westminster’s record of litigation to Matthew Cypher, a Georgetown University business professor who used to work for the real estate giant Invesco, he said it was highly unusual...
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Emerging Frauds in the Digital Age Conference
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein Delivers Remarks at the Emerging Frauds in the Digital Age Conference
Technology is rapidly transforming our financial ecosystem in both good and bad ways. Technology offers new investment vehicles to stimulate the economy and bring economic growth. At the same time,...
StartupHoyas Summer Incubator Program Hosts Student and Alumni Entrepreneurs
StartupHoyas Summer Incubator Program Hosts Student and Alumni Entrepreneurs

The StartupHoyas Summer Launch Program at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business is hosting 13 entrepreneurial ventures this summer in its startup incubator program.

Now in...

Consumers and Retailers Push to Project Swipe Fee Reform
Consumers and Retailers Push to Project Swipe Fee Reform
Robert J. Shapiro, Ph.D., an internationally known economist and current senior policy fellow at the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business, took a look at the impact of the swipe fee cap...
MSF Program Ranked 2nd for Online Finance Programs
MSF Program Ranked 2nd for Online Finance Programs
Exclusive: This New Effort to Fund Minority Businesses Has Big-Name Backer, 'Real Teeth'
Exclusive: This New Effort to Fund Minority Businesses Has Big-Name Backer, 'Real Teeth'
JPMorgan Chase is donating $500,000 locally toward what is being called Ascend 2020, which will be led by Project 500, Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, the Washington Area...
Arthur T. Dong
China's Rising Debt Prompts Moody's Downgrade
China's Rising Debt Prompts Moody's Downgrade
“There are concerns that as China’s economy slows, pressure will mount on both corporate and governmental sector and their ability to service their outstanding debt,” said Arthur Dong, professor at...
Christine Porath
Making Positive Psychology Work
Making Positive Psychology Work
Christine Porath is an associate professor at the School of Business at Georgetown University. Christine’s research focuses on leadership, organizational culture, the effects of bad behavior in...
Michelle Roch
Interview with Michelle Roch, MBA Admissions at Georgetown McDonoug
Interview with Michelle Roch, MBA Admissions at Georgetown McDonoug
Listen to a podcast on CentreCourt Live with Michelle Roch, senior assistant director of marketing automation, who offers insights on the MBA admissions process
Why a B-school Student Chose Indian Football as a Class Project
Why a B-school Student Chose Indian Football as a Class Project
Business school students in the U.S. choosing football as the topic for their class projects is not unusual. But what is surprising about Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business...

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