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National Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge: Four Finalists to Compete in January

The American Farm Bureau Federation together with Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Global Social Enterprise Initiative and the Georgetown Entrepreneurship Initiative’s...

Panelists discuss trade agreements during a recent Georgetown on the Hill event.
Experts Discuss Trade Partnership as Part of Georgetown on the Hill

Industry experts shared their views on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Nov. 6 as part of the Center for Business and Public Policy’s Georgetown on the Hill series. The panel of...

Edward Walter, CEO and president of Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., the nation’s largest lodging real estate company, is appointed the Robert and Lauren Steers Chair in Real Estate and professor of practice at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Busi
W. Edward Walter, CEO of Host Hotels & Resorts, to Join Georgetown McDonough Faculty

Edward Walter, CEO and president of Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., the nation’s largest lodging real estate company, is appointed the Robert and Lauren Steers Chair in Real Estate and professor...

James Moore
Moore Named to D.C. Mayoral Transition Team

James P. Moore, Jr., managing director of the Business, Society, and Public Policy Initiative at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business,...

Mix of Online and In-Store Purchasing Expected for Holiday Shopping Season

The vast majority of consumers will wait in line and shop online to find Thanksgiving deals this year, according to new research by the Georgetown Institute for Consumer Research, sponsored by...

Crowd Power
Crowd Power: Georgetown McDonough Alumni Tap Crowdfunding to Launch Companies, Spark Innovation

How Georgetown McDonough alumni are tapping crowdfunding to launch companies, redefine industries, and spark innovation.

By Heather Boerner

At lunch one day...

Who Should Bring Home the Bacon?
Who Should Bring Home the Bacon? Professor Tinsley Tackles Attitudes on Women in the Workforce

When it comes to women in the workforce, our attitudes don’t seem to match reality.

By Melanie Padgett Powers

Women continue to make strides in the...

Market Smarts
Market Smarts: The SEC and Georgetown McDonough

The SEC helps protect investors and maintain fair, orderly markets — and it does so with expertise from Georgetown McDonough alumni, faculty, and students.

By...

Janne Kouri (B '97)
Man in Motion: Janne Kouri (B ’97), NextStep, and Living with Paralysis

Janne Kouri (B ’97) and his nonprofit rehab center, NextStep, provide health, fitness, and a lesson in fortitude for people living with paralysis.

By Mike Carlson...

Kasra Ferdows
How Multinationals Stay Lean

It’s safe to say that Kasra Ferdows hates waste.

The Georgetown McDonough professor and Heisley Family Chair of Global Manufacturing has spent more than three decades studying and...

Financial Basics
Executive Program Addresses Need for Financial Basics

The end of 2014 is fast-approaching and with it, a focus on New Year’s resolutions and goals for the next coming year. Professionally, that often means training and development objectives. The...

Undergraduate Student Publishes Finance Research in International Business Journal
Undergraduate Student Publishes Finance Research in International Business Journal

Last fall, Alexandra Sharp submitted her final research project to her Global Financial Markets and Institutions class, little did she know that this was only the beginning of a semester long...

The Ethical Limits of Markets

The Georgetown Institute for the Study of Markets and Ethics (GISME) at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business will focus its fall symposium on “The Ethical Limits of Markets” on...

Georgetown MBA Advances to 24th in Businessweek Ranking

This year, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business jumped to 24th in the Bloomberg Businessweek ranking of top full-time MBA programs. The school was 30th in 2012, when the ranking was...

Fight Night
Evening MBA Students Host Boxing Night, Raise $5,600 for Charity

On the night of Sept. 27, more than 300 Georgetown students, alumni, and their guests packed the Sphinx Club in downtown Washington, D.C. The occasion was the first annual Georgetown McDonough...

Dean David Thomas at a Board of Trade Panel
Dean Thomas Discusses Future of Business Education at D.C. Panel

Georgetown McDonough School of Business Dean David A. Thomas joined five other business school deans from regional universities to discuss the nuanced and dynamic relationship between business...

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