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US seeks new global trade deal for services
US seeks new global trade deal for services
Some of the barriers that currently impede international trade of services include licensing agreements, requirements that service providers have accreditation in an export market and government...
D.C. Principals, Georgetown Launch Leadership Program
D.C. Principals, Georgetown Launch Leadership Program
A group of 25 principals of D.C. public schools this week began a master’s-degree program at Georgetown University, part of an effort to improve the quality of leadership in the city’s schools. The...
10 Environmentally-Aware Business Schools
10 Environmentally-Aware Business Schools
Georgetown University has already adopted sustainability projects, for example, using fuel cell buses, and McDonough School of Business's Rafik B. Hariri Building is further testament to the...
U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale
U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale
U.S. Picks Citigroup, JPMorgan to Manage GM Shares Sale
While the deal will give the banks a boost in that respect, it won’t be easy work, said Reena Aggarwal, finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington. Investors perceive rival Ford Motor...
New Free Trade Talks On Services Key To U.S. Job Growth
New Free Trade Talks On Services Key To U.S. Job Growth
In fact, eliminating these trade barriers could lead to hundreds of billions of dollars in additional services exports – to the tune of $860 billion, according to Dr. Brad Jensen at Georgetown...
Trade Talks Aim to Boost Services Exports
Trade talks aim to boost services exports
Trade talks aim to boost services exports
"We haven't devoted enough attention to reducing barriers to services trade," says Brad Jensen, the study's author and a senior fellow for the Peterson Institute for International...
The High Cost of Rudeness at Work
The High Cost of Rudeness at Work
An interview with Christine Porath, associate professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business and coauthor of the article The Price of Incivility.
IPO VIEW-US Jobs Act companies outperform other IPOs, data shows
IPO VIEW-US Jobs Act companies outperform other IPOs, data shows
"The real test will come when it isn't doing as well and you have investors getting nervous about smaller, riskier companies," said Reena Aggrawal, a professor of business...
Twitter Offers New Challenge: 6-Second Videos
Twitter offers new challenge: 6-second videos
Twitter offers new challenge: 6-second videos
But some Twitter cynics turned into believers after 200 million people started tweeting. Ron Goodstein, who teaches marketing at Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, says the forced creativity...
From the Altar to IPO: The Highs and Lows of Married Business Partners
From the Altar to IPO: The Highs and Lows of Married Business Partners
But starting a business with a spouse leaves both partners financially exposed, according to Jeff Reid, director of entrepreneurial studies at Georgetown University's McDonough School of...
Arab-American Groups call Coke Super Bowl Ad "Racist"
Arab-American Groups call Coke Super Bowl Ad "Racist"
Ronald Goodstein, professor at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University, said he was surprised by the image as well. "If Coke's vision is to be an arm's distance away...
Graduate from School, Land an Angel
Graduate from School, Land an Angel
Graduate from School, Land an Angel
Here's another sign that angel clubs are again picking up momentum: Meet Georgetown Alumni Angels, founded by Joshua Siegel and Andrew Romans. The two met more than a dozen years ago as MBA...
Global Business of Sports program at Georgetown
Global Business of Sports program at Georgetown
Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business held its new Executive Certificate course, The Global Business of Sports, Jan. 22-24. Surrounded by program attendees at Verizon Center are...
What, No Instagram or Pandora? The BlackBerry App Problem
What, No Instagram or Pandora? The BlackBerry App Problem
"It makes sense that they have the major social media apps,and without those it doesn't matter how great the hardware is," said David Tan,an assistant professor of strategy at...
Talkstory with David Heenan
Talkstory with David Heenan
Talkstory with David Heenan
At Georgetown (in fall 2012), I was teaching a module for two and a half months about global strategy, a second year MBA course.
Smooth Ride for Jack Lew at Hearing
Smooth Ride for Jack Lew at Hearing
Smooth Ride for Jack Lew at Hearing
"We have a fragmented mess of a regulatory system. We have literally hundreds of regulatory agencies at the state and federal levels, and they don't always play nicely together," says...

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