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Marriott International President and CEO Shares Hospitality Trends

Arne Sorenson has been global from day one. Born in Tokyo, Japan, the president and chief executive officer of Marriott International, Inc., travels more than 200 days per year, visiting some of...

Will the Cloud Be Balkanized?
“In large part this is a product of the Snowden revelations,“ says J. Bradford Jensen of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “The Snowden stuff and [the European Court of Justice]...
Why Your Internet Isn't as Free as You Think
USTelecom says it has no comment at this time. But Larry Downes, project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy (GCBPP), an economic policy think tank, certainly thinks the...
Four Signs You Have a Dead-End Job
It's not always obvious what a bad job looks like if you haven't been in the workforce very long, said Catherine Tinsley, a Georgetown University management professor who researches...
Sorenson: Marriott, Starwood Merger Will Give New Company More Leverage With its ‘Frenemies’
The increasing use of online travel agencies such as Expedia and growing competition from home-sharing services like Airbnb helped convince Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) CEO Arne Sorenson that...
Calstrs Under Pressure to Reveal Private Equity Fees
Nevertheless, Reena Aggarwal, a finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington, feels that a “tipping point has been reached”. “Even if the SEC does not require the reporting of all private...
Global Business Initiative Convenes Supply Chain Experts

More than two dozen industry experts and scholars from around the world gathered at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business on Dec. 2 to discuss a global supply chain benchmarking...

The Big Decision: Choosing an Evening MBA Program
Several MBA Evening Program students discuss what ultimately led them to choose Georgetown's McDonough School of Business.
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China's e-Commerce company Alibaba Sells Record $14.3 Billion on Singles Day
Trying to take a solemn holiday and turn it into a day devoted to spending money on yourself would probably not go well, said Arthur Dong, a professor of strategy and economics at Georgetown...
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The Gender Pay Gap: A Call for Evidence-Based Change Initiatives
In a contributed article, Catherine Tinsley, professor of management and executive director of the Georgetown University Women’s Leadership Institute, calls for evidence-based change interventions to...
New Book Examines the Moral Economy
Professors Peter Jaworski and Jason Brennan discuss their book, Markets Without Limits, in a contributed article in Psychology Today.
Harvard Business School Tops New 2015 Poets & Quants’ MBA Ranking
Georgetown McDonough is No. 23 on the list of the top 100 U.S. MBA programs of 2015.
Square and Match Debut in the Shadow of Sputtering IPOs
"There are definitely some dark clouds on the horizon, and there are questions about the real prospects of some of these companies," said James Angel, associate professor of finance at...
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The Surprising Obstacle Mizzou and Yale Face in Increasing Diversity
A contributed article by John Hasnas, professor of ethics: “Students want answers, and one common solution that student protestors are asking for is to increase the diversity of their faculties by...
Christine Porath
Finding Ways to Thwart the Jerk at Work
A new study in the Journal of Applied Psychology found that some employees are “de-energizers” who spread their dispiriting attitude to others. Christine Porath, associate professor management at...
2015’s Best & Worst Retailers for Black Friday Deals
Sean Blair, assistant professor of marketing, shares his thoughts on how consumers can find the best deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

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