There is a shortage of affordable housing across the United States, even in rural areas, and it has become a number one concern of governments.
2019 will usher in new changes, more innovation and other disruptive trends. But what should professionals prepare for the year ahead?
Partnerships between the public and private sectors have become a norm in the health care industry, and the trend is expected to continue in 2019.
Government leaders and investors are pleased with the new Opportunity Zones program, which trades taxes with investments in underserved communities.
The recent incidents of packages with bombs for high-profile government officials raised concerns on the safety of mailrooms.
A virtual border instead of a physical wall between the U.S. and Mexico would create a huge new marketplace for new technologies.
The federal government's Opportunity Zones program provides a great investment option for long-term investors, with attractive tax treatment.
The driverless car market is projected to exceed $7 trillion in the near future, making it a lucrative venture for companies.
The construction industry in the U.S. is growing, but it is lacking skilled construction workers. How does the sector plan to address the shortage?
Having the right transportation infrastructure in place can mean job creation and keeping America globally competitive.