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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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Wall Street Values Tesla Motors at $620,000 Per Car
Tesla could make money in the future selling batteries or autonomous vehicles, but its valuation is questionable nonetheless and leaves no allowance for operational setbacks, said Georgetown...
If I Ask for a Favor, Will You Buy?
You probably think that retailers should do you a favor. Now it turns out that it may be the other way around. In case you’re saying “Huh,” here’s the explanation. Two professors at Georgetown’s...
On the Money!
A contributed article by Catherine Tinsley, faculty director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute: Congratulations to the U.S. Treasury Department for its recent decision to put...
Thomas Cooke
The Sport of Kings after American Pharoah
"We have done a horrible job of reaching out to the next generation," said Thomas Cooke, a professor of business and law at Georgetown University who heads a race horse association in...
Having Babies at Business School: Moms Who Are Making It Work
“I would say yes, that is certainly the trend,” says Kerry Pace, associate dean for MBA programs at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. Though the school doesn’t have statistics on...
MBA Program Honors Students, Faculty, and Staff

At the traditional end-of-year barbecue, the Georgetown McDonough MBA program and students presented several awards to students, faculty, and staff.

The Outstanding Student...

Students Mentor Area Children Through “Lemonade Day”

For some children, starting a lemonade stand is a rite of passage. For others, the front yard, “$.50 a glass” signs are part of American culture. For about a dozen students at Georgetown...

Commencement Speakers
Georgetown McDonough Announces Commencement Speakers

Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and Humana President and CEO...

TAA Fight on the Horizon
Trade adjustment assistance is paltry, pathetic, puny,” Bob Vastine, a senior industry fellow at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, said during a discussion on Capitol Hill. “...
Paul Almeida
Trump Can Thank Cruz and Kasich for His Likely Nomination
A contributed article by Paul Almeida, professor of strategy and senior associate dean for executive education: Donald Trump swept the five Republican primary contests on Tuesday night and declared...
Sandeep Dahiya
Baby Formula From Jessica Alba's Honest Co. Isn't Really Organic, Lawsuit Alleges
But opting for a sale instead of going public is a trade-off, said Sandeep Dahiya, an associate professor of finance at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business. IPOs are still...
Jason Schloetzer
Katzenberg to Relinquish DreamWorks Animation CEO Role After Comcast Deal
Jason Schloetzer, a Georgetown University accounting professor and corporate governance expert, said Comcast may want to hold onto Katzenberg for several years as his company adjusts to new ownership...
The Power of Merely Requesting a Favor
A contributed article by Simon Blanchard, assistant professor of marketing: Research on social influence has long recognized the power of favors. By understanding favors, you can improve the odds...
MBA Program Hosts First McDonough “Sippy Cup”

Brooke Raybould (MBA '16) poses with her husband and son.

 

For an afternoon, Connelly Commons at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business was transformed...

Cherie Blair Addresses the Global Business Initiative’s Advisory Board in Rome

The Georgetown McDonough Global Business Initiative held its annual Advisory Board meeting in Rome in April, in conjunction with the university’s John Carroll Weekend. During the meeting, members...

Georgetown Celebrates Student Entrepreneurs

John Fernandez, Doug Grant, and Craig Poland have had meetings at hospitals across the country to make it easier for those facing blood cancer to find a match for a potentially lifesaving stem...

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