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The Aristocrats: The Rothschilds

It's not every family that hollywood makes an oscar nominated movie about, nor one that so successfully cements the Rothschilds reputation as the most famous family in the world. They are enormously wealthy and enormously private which in turn fuels the endless speculation regarding the real extent of their power. In two centuries the family has funded war and peace, financed an entire continen

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Organic food: Hype or Hope?

In society today there is a growing demand for organic food, but with this demand comes risk, do we as consumers always get what it says on the label? Of course anyone who opts for organic food clearly wants to lead a healthier life, but is organic food actually better for you when conventional farming is taking place all around it? How can this quality be verified? One analogy is put forward b

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Trouble In Poundland

Britain is battling though economic times with prices beginning to rise without exception, the value of the pound itself has plummeted since the vote on Brexit passed, so bagging a bargain is now more important than ever. But for one of Britain's biggest discount stores, Poundland there is trouble in store. This is primarily due to the uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote. Poundland is famous

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The Divide

The Divide

In 1979 an economic experiment was launched in the United States an the United Kingdom. It was supposed to provide a better life for all. Today, in both countries, inequality is at its highest level since 1928. Reaganomics is one such term for this series of economic experiments and policies. This film examines the lives of seven individuals currently striving for a better life in modern day US

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Sell & Spin A History of Advertising

From ancient phrases etched in stone, to todays cutting edge multimedia commercials, selling has always meant grabbing attention. Attention from people with chickens to trade or money to spend, the point of which is to move the product, it means tapping into peoples desire and creating need. This is a story of explanation, exaggeration and even exploitation, a story that extends from Roman high

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Offshore Secrets of the Rich Exposed

The Paradise Papers are a huge new leak of financial documents, these documents consist of 13.4 million files mostly from one leading firm in offshore finance, Appleby. In these documents we see how the powerful and ultra-wealthy, including the Queen's private estate, secretly invest large amounts of cash offshore in places known to be tax havens. From these papers we see how even Donald Trump'

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Amazon Rising

Amazon Rising is and hour long special by CNBC and hosted by David Faber, examining the worlds largest e-tailer the show doesn't necessarily uncover any big secrets lurking behind the company but rather provides an in depth look at how they manager to shift such a large volume of product and how they became so successful in the first place. Faber discovers that Amazon prioritises customer servi

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Sold Out: The Underground Economy of Supreme Resellers

Back in 1994, a man by the name of James Jebbia opened the first location for the brand known as Supreme, this initial small storefront was located on Lafayette Street in New York. Back then Supreme was known to be a brand for skaters but also run by skaters. The layout for the shop itself had even been designed to be wider, allowing for skaters to walk off the street into the store with their boa

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Becoming Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett truly is a unique billionaire, with a net worth of more than $60 billion you would expect him to be living in a mansion, flying private jets and living the high life in general but Buffett is the exception to what one would consider the billionaire lifestyle. Now 86, the legendary investor still lives in the very first house he bought back in the 50's, it is a modest home located

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