Greg Henderson, CEO of ARX PAX, talks about how the company uses technology to reduce the risks buildings face from natural disasters.
Kraft Heinz, Unilever, Deere, and VF stocks are making headlines on Wall Street to wrap up the trading week.
Engineering students at a Texas high school are 3D printing hands for people in need, for a really great price.
ABB reported an end to its almost two-year decline in order intake by posting a small increase in new business.
Kevin Cook, Zacks Investment Research, says that the construction was already heating up before President Trump won the election.
Kent Ho, co-founder of Spectrum 28, discusses how the VC firm is focused on startups in the fintech, construction tech and genomics spaces.
Grads with this degree are notoriously well paid — but not everywhere. The best and worst worst countries on pay.
Trump’s plan to goose infrastructure spending offers investment opportunities, said Ding Xuedong, chairman of China’s sovereign wealth fund.
Nick Bolton, CEO of Oxford Metrics, discusses how the motion capture technology behind his business is used in the movie industry and road infrastructure.
Honeywell, Nordstrom and Sotheby's stocks are making headlines Friday morning to finish off the trading week.
An oil pipeline spilled 176-thousand gallons of crude into the water, about 150-miles from the Dakota Access protest camp.
The construction of a train tunnel under the Hudson River may tie up traffic on the west side highway for three years.
Choose Mexican over pizza, one analyst told CNBC's Street Signs, and he wasn't strictly talking about takeaways.
One-time spice capital Malacca is pumping nearly $3B into a plan to put itself in demand in a different hot commodity - oil.
Conservative economists say certain industries could see real jobs creation, but it's not good news for all.
Construction on new houses jumped by more than 25-percent in October.
Wienerberger CEO Heimo Scheuch says it’s too early to say what the implications or outlook will be when it comes to the U.K. leaving the European Union.
Wienerberger CEO, Heimo Scheuch reacts to the news that Donald Trump will be the next U.S. president and what it means for the company.
Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser looks back on how the engineering firm performed in 2016.
Joe Kaeser, chief executive officer of Siemens, tells CNBC that "clean energy is just what people want."