Economics

Princes of the Yen

Princes of the Yen

"Central banks have the power to create economic, political and social change. This is how they do it." This passage opens the film, and that is precisely what non-partisan political and socio-economic documentarian group QueuePolitely puts under the microscope in the Princes of...

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Who Took Down Stockton?

Who Took Down Stockton?

Stockton, California boasts the most foreclosures in America and is the most bankrupt city in national history. This short documentary seeks to discover the cause behind the intended rise and subsequent fall of a city run into the ground by a combination of...

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The Foods that Make Billions

The Foods that Make Billions

The Foods that Make Billions is a series looking at how big business feeds us. Starting with a look at the bottled water industry, moving through cereals and finally looking at yoghurt, these three episodes explore the history of how these simple commodities...

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Spent: Looking for Change

Spent: Looking for Change

We all want to get the most out of life. A great family, an education, a business, a home... but for a growing number of Americans, the price of getting ahead is higher because of a financial system that leaves millions underserved. Despite...

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The Great Challenge: Oil

The Great Challenge: Oil

The sleepless economy of America with the population of 350 million is busy producing and consuming day and night. The full manifestation of modern capitalism, which is the focus of worried glances from all over the world, has drowned the feelings of the...

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How We Made Our Millions

How We Made Our Millions

Is the question that everyone wants an answer to. What is the secret to extraordinary success? Is it grit, is it determination, luck, or is it who you actually know? Peter Jones has been in business now for some thirty years and he...

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Hidden Secrets of Money

Hidden Secrets of Money

Your real riches are your time and independence. Money is just an instrument for buying your time. It's a canister to hold your financial power until you're prepared and comfortable enough to re-distribute it or use it. But the whole world has been...

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The Taxing Question of Land

The Taxing Question of Land

Recession, unemployment, poverty, a lack of funding for public services, battling the deficit, the rising cost of health care, not having enough money to buy a home... what is the source to these economic troubles? Why is it so hard to afford a...

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Not Business As Usual

Not Business As Usual

The traditional form of capitalism is putting a product or service to the market and making money. However, some businessmen contemplate that the real entrepreneurship is to figure out how the world is better off because of your product or service and bring...

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