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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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FTC to Investigate Herbalife
Federal Trade Commission to Investigate Herbalife
James Angel, a Georgetown Business professor, told ABC News that in recent months, the market has fluctuated wildly on news about the company because there remains real uncertainty about which side...
The American-US Airways Merger Promises Improvement. But is it Delivering?
A survey conducted this month by a team of researchers from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business found that customers expect prices to rise and quality of service to fall after an...
10 Tips for Delivering Bad News
Commentary by Bob Bies: Despite its frequent occurrence in organizational processes, the delivery of bad news remains one of the most difficult tasks facing leaders, which is often caused by...
Moral Responsibility of Firms
The Moral Responsibility of Firms: For or Against?
While John Hasnas, Associate Professor of Business at Georgetown University, accepts that corporate moral agency might be feasible theoretically, he argued that it only has practical significance as...
Minority Business Leader Awards
Minority Business Leader Awards: David Thomas (Video)
David Thomas was raised by working-class parents in segregated Kansas City, Mo. Since then he obtained several advanced degrees, held top positions at some of America’s most highly regarded...
Youth Culture: Uniting Nations Through Hip-Hop
Commentary by Marlene Morris Towns: From anti-American riots to United States product boycotts, depictions of today's international youth can often show discontentment with American culture,...
To Make Better Choices, Imagine a Gun to Your Head
A blog post by Kurt Carlson: In a previous post, I argued that the only way to realize positive change in your life is by making choices. To use this insight it is necessary to know when one has a...
Local Business Schools Set Up Degree Programs Away — But Not Far From — Campus
“We came up with pretty clear evidence that there was not only an existing, but growing market, of MBA-ready professionals [in Tysons] that we were going to have a difficult time catering to because...
Which Cool Retailers Are Coming to DC?
DC real estate is peppered with MBAs, from analysts fresh out of top programs to company executives with storied careers. It got us thinking: how exactly are today's students learning? So...
Average GPAs at Top Business Schools
Georgetown McDonough is listed in a chart in this article: Over the past five years, undergraduate grade point averages at the top 50 U.S. business schools have generally crept higher or stayed about...
AT&T Market Tests: Transition, Schmanzition
AT&T Market Tests: Transition, Schmanzition
An article by Center for Business and Public Policy Senior Fellow David Goodfriend: AT&T recently announced the two markets where it will conduct trials under FCC supervision to shut down the old...
When Superstar Executives Become a Company Liability
When Superstar Executives Become a Company Liability
Jason Schloetzer, an assistant professor at Georgetown University who teaches courses on management accounting and performance measurement, says some superstar executives can be serious liabilities,...
The High Cost of Workplace Rudeness
The High Cost of Workplace Rudeness
“Incivility at work has become rampant,” said Christine Porath, an associate professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in the US. Half of the North American workers she...
Confused About Bonds? You’re Not Alone
An article by William Droms: The potential impact of rising interest rates on bond prices is of particular concern to retirees who rely on their investment portfolios to fund required retirement...
Old Habitats at Home Embarrass South Korean Consumer Electronics Giants Abroad
Old Habits at Home Embarrass South Korean Consumer Electronics Giants Abroad
Marlene Morris Town, a marketing professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, said the portrayals are "troubling" and imply that men are the sole target of the...
Engineers in Finance: Moving Money with Math and Technology
“The evidence (shows) there is a huge opportunity in the field of finance and banking for people with engineering and, more broadly, STEM backgrounds,” says David A. Thomas, Ph.D., dean of the...

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