Curtis Chin, Milken Institute, says the private and public sector needs to work together to finance potential infrastructure plans.
Bill Rudin, Rudin Management Company, provides highlights from the White House CEO summit, including talk about shortening the timeline on infrastructure projects and the outlook for tax reform. There was a lot of talk about creating jobs of the future, says Rudin.
Charles Phillips, Infor CEO, talks about several of the top topics discussed at the White House CEO summit, including infrastructure spending, and tax reform.
Tuesday was the deadline for companies to propose designs for President Trump's border wall with Mexico.
China's new special economic zone on the outskirts of Beijing will require an extra 12 to 14 million metric tons of the commodity a year, Citi said.
Greg Harris, Canadian Chamber of Commerce, talks about the impact of China's recovery on the resources space.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest headlines out of the White House, including where tax and infrastructure plans stand.
John Boncher, Cupertino Electric president & CEO, discusses the problems surrounding the current view of construction labor jobs and how they could upset the Trump administration's big plans for infrastructure improvements.
It would have been better to start with tax reform or infrastructure, Sen. Bob Corker tells CNBC.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest headlines from the town hall with CEOs at the White House.
Jared Kushner leads the newly created Office of American Innovation as Trump's infrastructure initiative becomes one of the centerpieces of his economic agenda.
China wants in on Trump's infrastructure spending plan, but will first need to address two major issues.
Public-private partnerships are often touted by conservatives as a way to rebuild the United States' crumbling infrastructure, NBC News reports.
Kushner's role is being closely watched to see how his personal relationship with the president translates into policy.
Uptin Saiidi takes a closer look at the environmentally-friendly trams that help 200,000 commuters get around Hong Kong every day.
You may think cybercriminals are just after money, but hackers backed by governments now have the ability to cause power outages.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on structurally deficient bridges and other infrastructure problems facing the country.
Scott Crowe, Chief Investment Strategist, CenterSquare Investment Management, on just how some new infrastructure projects can be privately financed, using REITs as a model.
Eric Cantor, former house majority leader, gives his input on a bipartisan infrastructure plan and discusses the GOP agenda on tax reform.
Barry Lepatner, Author: Too Big to Fall: America's Failing Infrastructure and the Way Forward," on where the administration should focus infrastructure dollars now.