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Five Tips for Keeping Love Alive in Business School
Nick Arnold, who spent 10 years in the Marine Corps before heading to Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, stresses the importance of understanding—as a couple—what you want to get out of...
Overpricing of The OIL ETF Presents An Arbitrage Opportunity
An article by James Angel, associate professor of finance: On January 26, 2016, Grizzly Bear published an insightful article pointing out a 12% arbitrage opportunity from the mispricing of the iPath...
Larry Downes
Apple Goes to Court, and FBI Presses Congress to Settle iPhone Privacy Fight
Legal experts said it was unlikely that a judge would rely on constitutional arguments to make a decision in this early stage. “But given the likelihood that this will move to an appeals court and...
This Is Why It’s Taking So Excruciatingly Long to Get More Women on Boards
Researchers from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University have identified one big problem that stymies efforts to boost the ranks of female directors. It’s quite simple: women are...
Baber
Accounting Professor Appointed GASB Academic Fellow

William R. Baber, accounting professor and accounting area coordinator for the McDonough School of Business, was recently appointed a 2016 academic fellow from the Governmental Accounting Standard...

MBA Evening Program
Alumni Celebrate 10th Anniversary of MBA Evening Program’s Founding

Just a decade ago, the first cohort of MBA Evening Program students set foot on campus to begin their studies at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. These pioneering students...

Inaugural Blockchain Summit at Georgetown, March 3

WHAT:  The Chamber of Digital Commerce, the Washington, D.C.-based trade association representing the digital asset industry, will host the inaugural D.C. Blockchain Summit...

Five Tips for Keeping Love Alive in Business School
Nick Arnold, who spent 10 years in the Marine Corps before heading to Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, stresses the importance of understanding—as a couple—what you want to get out of...
Why Airlines' Recovery Is About More Than Just Oil Prices
Mergers have reduced the number of major U.S. airlines by half, and the Big Four — American, Delta, United and Southwest — control about 85 percent of capacity. That consolidation has helped...
jeff reid
A Website Offered to Pay for Weddings. Then It Came Time to Write the Check.
Jeff Reid, founding director of the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative, said rapid failure in the startup world isn't unusual. Swanluv could have launched with good intentions — and...
Hal Singer
FCC Cable Box Vote: Here’s What New Rules Could Mean For Google, Comcast, and Your TV
But if the problem has been around for so long, and if previous regulations didn’t do the job, why the sudden action from the FCC? Just look at what year it is, says Hal Singer, principal at the...
How Would a Bernie Sanders Tax on Wall Street Work?
“You are going to earn some revenue on the tax side but you’re going to lose revenue on the capital gain side,” said James Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University. “The net impact is...
Dean Thomas GBI-
Georgetown University on “The Business Breakfast"
Dean David A. Thomas appeared on Dubai Eye’s “The Business Breakfast” show to discuss global business education.
Consumer Spending Will Slow in February and March

Researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business predict a slight dip in non-seasonally adjusted consumer spending for February and March. The Problem-Driven Consumption Index...

Students Get A Taste Of The Restaurant Business

On Wednesday, Feb. 17, four fast-casual restaurant entrepreneurs spoke to Georgetown University students in Fisher Colloquium. The panelists included Co-founder of &Pizza, Michael Lastoria,...

The Biggest Lessons You Learn In Business School
The article features quotes from Georgetown McDonough seniors Vaibhav Agarwal and Sarah Long.

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