Georgetown Business, the magazine of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, covers the latest school news and business trends such as student, faculty, and alumni successes; research findings; featured events; program announcements; and more. Published twice a year, the magazine is distributed to 25,000 people, including alumni, students, parents, faculty and staff, contributors to the school, deans of other business schools, and targeted business media.
In this issue: Alumni tap emerging markets in Africa, research on CEOs with lavish lifestyles, influencers in the restaurant industry, and more.
PLUS: Custom executive education programs offer new perspectives to global leaders.
In this issue: Thirty years of the Georgetown MBA, innovations in the apparel industry, consumer-generated advertising, and more.
In this issue: Gaming takes off in business classrooms, Silicon Valley draws the tech set, students make real deals, and more.
In this issue: The business of medicine, U2’s Bono on social enterprise, stakeholder engagement done right, and more.
In this issue: Researchers study how and why we vote, alumni power players in showbiz, D.C. business benefit from student consulting, and more.
In this issue: A refreshing inside look at social responsibility, entrepreneurs of business ethics, students on the stock market, and more.
In this issue: Dean David A. Thomas on social change and social media, big business in a small world, alumni social networkers, and more.
In this issue: Work and home pieces come together for employees, a fond farewell to Dean George Daly, and more.
In this issue: Service members swap boots for suits, a book worthy of Buffett, going clean and green, and more.
In this issue: When utility becomes futility, training Latin America’s next leaders, doing good meets doing well, and more.
In this issue: Alumni in government shape policy for the public good, changing how we look at change, students gain worldly views, and more.
In this issue: Students create multimedia tours for the hearing impaired, inside the minds of alumni entrepreneurs, researching risky business, and more.