• Sri Lanka Guardian
    Let Us Organize World Trade

    An op-ed by Michael Czinkota, associate professor: “There is broad historic agreement that the World Trade Organization (WTO) has been one the most successful international institutions; its membership accounts for more than 98 percent of world trade. However, today’s global economic landscape is changing rapidly, coupled with retrenchment and distancing from multilateral agreements. Combined, these factors impact the discernible value and role of the WTO going forward.”

  • Food + Tech
    Sweetgreen’s Flavor-Forward Approach To Biodiversity

    Nic Jammet is Co-Founder and Chief Concept Officer of sweetgreen, the destination for simple, seasonal, healthy food. Nicolas graduated from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, where he met fellow sweetgreen co-founders and co-CEOs, Nathaniel Ru and Jonathan Neman.

  • Washington Post
    A Hedge Fund’s ‘Mercenary’ Strategy: Buy Newspapers, Slash Jobs, Sell The Buildings

    James Angel, associate professor of finance in the Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, said other investment firms have used a similar strategy to monetize industries in decline. “Alden is doing what I would call a pure liquidation strategy — which is, ‘no new investment and sell off what you can while you can,’ ” he said.

  • wjla
    Leadership And Political Turmoil In Virginia

    Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business Professor of the Practice in management Michael McDermott appeared on WJLA-TV to discuss the continuing political turmoil in the Virginia statehouse.

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    Reaction To The Governor's Scandal In Virginia

    Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business Professor of Management Robert Bies discussed the ongoing Virginia governor's scandal.

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    Chaos In Virginia: Will Political Scandals Turn Business, Tourists Away?

    Marlene Morris Towns works as an adjunct professor of marketing at the Georgetown University School of Business. She said the Commonwealth's famous brand "Virginia is for Lovers" has likely been damaged by the recent controversy. "I think that this has really marred the image of Virginia," she said. "And, it will take some time to heal and it will take some time to recover as a brand."

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    Super Bowl Commercials

    Commercials in the Super Bowl serve as a good barometer of how things are going in the country. So what was the big picture and major takeaways from this Sunday’s commercials? WJLA-TV takes a closer look with Marlene Towns, adjunct professor.

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    Trump Calls For Bipartisanship, A Hard Line On Immigration

    CGTN’s Asieh Namdar spoke to Arthur Dong, teaching professor at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, about President Trump’s State of the Union address.

  • RiseSmart
    Trends In Civility And Creating A Respectful Workplace

    At the SHRM 2018 Conference, Christine Porath, associate professor, McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University led a session on “Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace.” Porath is the author of a book by the same title and gave a popular TED Talk on the topic. In her science-backed talk, Porath shares surprising insights about the costs of rudeness and shows how little acts of respect can boost your professional success, and your company's bottom line.

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    Poor Economic Conditions Make For A Gloomy Chinese New Year

    An op-ed by Arthur Dong, distinguished teaching professor: Chinese New Year 2019 begins on Tuesday, but economic conditions may put a damper on the jubilation. As the trade discussions between the United States and China enter a critical phase, it is becoming clear that China’s economy has taken a hit as a result of the ongoing trade tensions.

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    CAT Faces More Delays

    The SEC must have been well aware that something was happening, speculated James Angel, associate professor of finance at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business. “They would be the dumbest critters on the regulatory planet if they did not inform the SEC.”

  • LinkedIn
    For Durable Social Change, Don’t Just Tweet—Meet

    A blog post by Leslie Crutchfield, executive director, Global Social Enterprise Initiative: “Each of the triumphant movements in How Change Happens managed to strike this balance. To curb smoking, Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids forged a vast coalition of grassroots membership groups such as the American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, American Lung Association, American Medical Association, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and more. For LGBT marriage, Freedom to Marry ploughed a path to victory coordinating with ACLU, Anti-Defamation League, GLAD and GLADD, Lamba Legal and others. These networked leadership groups provided a mix of guidance and support from the top, while pushing resources to—and preserving autonomy among—state and local groups.”

  • wtop
    What Are The Best Online Programs In DC, Md. and Va.?

    In the category of non-MBA graduate business programs, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business ranked No. 5. American University’s Kogod School of Business and George Washington University also ranked in the top 50, coming in at No. 39 and No. 45, respectively.

  • Al Jazeera
    Minority Coaches in the NFL

    Chris Rider, associate professor of strategy, discusses the latest issues around the lack of minority coaches in the National Football League.

  • Bloomberg
    Citigroup Agrees To Give Activist ValueAct Details On Strategy

    “There are all kinds of information-sharing arrangements,” said Jim Angel, a finance professor at Georgetown University in Washington. “The real question is, What is ValueAct going to be doing for Citi?”

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    Professor Arthur Dong Discusses Arrest Of Huawei Executive In Poland On Spying Charges

    CGTN's Mike Walter spoke with Professor Arthur Dong about the arrest of a Huawei senior employee in Poland and implications for the company.