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Kent Ho, co-founder of Spectrum 28, discusses how the VC firm is focused on startups in the fintech, construction tech and genomics spaces.
It's time for the federal government to stop wasting money on "bridges to nowhere," says Prof. Edward L. Glaeser.
Rising cement prices were signaling China’s economic growth will remain stable, said Mo Ji, chief economist for Asia ex-Japan at Amundi.
China's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 6.8 percent on-year in the fourth quarter, slightly beating expectations.
Trump’s plan to goose infrastructure spending offers investment opportunities, said Ding Xuedong, chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund.
American contractors are getting their shovels ready for the Trump administration and they plan to boost payrolls to take on new projects.
The power tool maker says it will buy Sears' Craftsman brand for $900 million in cash.
Peter Dixon, senior economist at Commerzbank, discusses the latest data indicating the health of the U.K. economy.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest read on construction spending and the ISM manufacturing index.
Despite efforts to curb steel production, China will still be producing more steel next year—but the country will also be snapping it up.
Trump can learn a lot from Europe when it comes to infrastructure spending, says Richard Hurowitz.
Brian Langenberg, Langenberg & Co. founder shares his bullish take on Caterpillar.
Lennar, Costco and Walt Disney stocks are making headlines this Monday morning to kick off the trading week.
Nela Richardson, Redfin chief economist, discusses why immigration policies and regulations under a Trump administration could be a problem for the housing sector.
Japan’s parliament has just legalized casino gaming even though most Japanese oppose it. Here’s why.
Choose Mexican over pizza, one analyst told CNBC's Street Signs, and he wasn't strictly talking about takeaways.
Office occupancy rates in Singapore might be down, but that's not stopping commercial real estate developers just yet. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explains.
Home prices will rise 5 percent next year, and that means people will invest back in their houses, RBC's Bob Wetenhall says.
Robert Wetenhall, Homebuilding and Building Products Analyst, RBC Capital Markets, looks at how the Trump administration is likely to impact housing stocks.
Cooling measures sent Singapore's housing market into a long hibernation, but some analysts see signs of an awakening in sales.
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