America is falling apart. And the repair bill is getting bigger — some $3.3 trillion over the next decade.
Greg Brown, Motorola Solutions CEO, talks about the benefits of buying back the company's stock, and weighs in on tax reform, infrastructure spending and immigration.
Gillian Tett, Financial Times U.S. Managing Editor, discusses how to look at investing in the possible world of a Donald Trump presidency.
Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, talks about the telecom company's target for improving the U.K.'s broadband infrastructure.
AECOM Chairman and CEO Michael Burke, discusses conversations around fixing infrastructure in America, and where the money is being invested.
Today, train delays are rising, and even a hiccup like a sick passenger or a signal malfunction can inundate stations with passengers.
Discussing whether the U.S. economy needs more fiscal stimulus with CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow, and Christian Weller of the Center for American Progress and University of Massachusetts Boston.
Houston's flooding is natural, but there are steps to reduce losses of life and property.
Former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC the worst debts are ones incurred by putting off necessary spending.
Nigel Wilson, CEO of Legal & General, says the world is awash with money and more needs to be invested in infrastructure.
Some states are better than others at giving their residents returns on their tax dollars. WalletHub.com takes a look
Afsane Jetha, managing partner & CEO of Alta Semper Capital, LLP, says there are attractive pockets of opportunity in some African countries.
Many of the country's largest non-financial companies are under stress, according to a new report from local ratings agency India Ratings and Research.
Potholes are plentiful again this spring. Money to fix them is harder to come by.
An overpass under construction collapsed Thursday, killing more than a dozen people below and trapping hundreds of others.
Lee Kuan Yew, modern Singapore's founding father, may be well known for his paternalistic leadership, but he had a lesser known role: chief gardener.
The Brussels attacks represent a new terrorist strategy that will be challenging for law enforcement to tackle, former TSA official Chad Wolf says.
Even in this time of partisan rancor, there is one issue that unites Democrats and Republicans, say Robert Bennett and Dan Glickman.
Jim Yong Kim, president of the World Bank, talks about the importance of getting capital and finance into emerging and developing economies.
China's policymakers still have ammunition to counter the mainland's slowing economy, including supply-side reforms and subsidized housing, HSBC said.