Georgetown’s endowment lost 17 percent of its value in 2009

The Washington Post has the most definitive numbers yet for the hit that Georgetown University’s endowment took in fiscal year 2009. In the midst of a global financial crisis, it’s reporting, the endowment shrunk to $883 million, or… Read More

MSB kids look for boring jobs, Georgetown mourns newly poor alums

After the bailouts of Lehman Brother, AIG, and everyone else, Business School upperclassmen might be a little worried about future job prospects.  According to Businessweek, former financial titans like JP Morgan, Lehman Brothers, Morgan Stanley, and Bear Stearns… Read More