Business, Finance & Economics

Business, Finance & Economics

#16. @realDonaldTrump As you cut financial regulations, how will you prevent a future financial crisis? #100Days100Qs

President Donald Trump is considering another executive order. His aim with this one? The financial industry. Trump called the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act, which set out to increase regulations of the financial industry in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, a disaster. So if he cuts back Dodd-Frank, how will he prevent the next crisis.

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A Silicon Valley engineer is on a quest to green the world by making buildings smarter

To head off the worst impacts of climate change, scientists warn that we need to cut global carbon emissions by perhaps 70 percent by mid-century. There are two basic ways to get there: replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources, or use a lot less energy. One way to focus on that solution is to make buildings smarter.

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How to bring high-speed trains to the US

Japan's high speed trains run upwards of 200 miles per hour while Amtrak's Acela can only go its top speed of 150 for short stretches. The reason? Outdated infrastructure. After World War II, the US invested in cars, not trains, and today its passenger railways lag far behind countries in Europe and Asia. Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter lays out a new vision for US transportation in her book "Move: Putting America's Infrastructure Back in the Lead."

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The new regulars at this French café are migrants living in a nearby camp

There are frequent protests in Calais, where the largest camp in France for migrants is located. But is was the appalling living conditions at Grande-Synthe, 30 miles away, that got the attention of Doctors Without Borders. Migrants there try to find the best ways to cope — for many men, that means becoming regulars in a local café. Some in the town even call it 'the Migrants' Café.'