A business, an enterprise or a firm, if you will, is an organized body, coherently working on achieving a certain goal or a cause with a certain gain, benefit or profit. This category contains documented stories on the different types of business, and also how certain people with business orientated minds developed and implemented their ideas and the impressive or devastating consequences of their actions.

At this point we shall provide a brief history of business. Its purpose is to study the history of business organizations, methods, government regulation, labor relations, and impact on society. It was founded by a Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration professor N. S. B. Gras in 1927. Other prominent figures in this field were Henrietta M. Larson and Alfred D. Chandler; both of them were also professors at the Harvard Business School.

Moving on to the present day, the world of business, both legal and illegal, has ever grown and evolved, causing the global rise and fall of the economy. The people are usually aware of the consequences but not entirely of the cause of these fluctuations. In order for you to be able to grasp this concept with ease and broaden your horizons, we have compiled a number of video materials and documentaries to present to you a number of ways in which business is being conducted across the world.

Some of the materials at your disposal provide a thorough analysis of the possibilities of restarting the global economy while giving the society new moral values, followed by the documentary from Deborah Shaffer and Stewart Bird, concerning the campaign whose single purpose was to eradicate every memory of the industrial era working class and their hardships.

Discover how the gruesome business of trafficking in sex slaves has developed in Odessa, Ukraine, and why this city is widely recognized as the centre of this ghastly enterprise.

If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, a business college student or you just happen to have a very curious mind when it comes to business flows or opportunities, then this is the category that you shall find the most helpful.

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Millionaire Basement Wars
Millionaire Basement Wars

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creating mega-basements or 'iceberg homes' - nicknamed because there's more square footage under the ground than above. Over the last ten years an estimated 2000 new basements have been dug in central London. Into these multi-level subterranean structures owners are building anything from cinemas, swimming pools, beauty parlours, squash courts, wine cellars and servants' quarters. Some take as long as three years to complete. As well as the noise of the digging, fleets of concrete mixers and lorries taking away the dug soil service the sites. So life for neighbours in some of London's poshest addresses has been hell.As the Royal Borough of Kensington Council responds to angry residents and tries to regulate the number of mega-basements and the disruption they cause, this BBC film goes behind the hoardings to look inside the extraordinary structures and talk to builders, owners and irate neighbours to tell the story of the conflict that has gripped the millionaires and gold-paved streets of London's smartest postcodes.

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Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy
Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy

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Extensively considered a brand that rouses enthusiasm and characterizes cool consumerism, Apple has turned into one of the greatest companies on the planet, energized by amusement changing items that take advantage of present day wishes. Its pioneer, Steve Jobs, was a since a long time ago haired school dropout with endless desire, and a helpful stickler with a harasser's temper. A man of disagreements, he melded a Californian counterculture disposition and a dominance of the specialty of buildup with hazardous advances in PC innovation. Insiders including Apple fellow benefactor Steve Wozniak, the executive who expelled Jobs from the organization he established, and Jobs' head of programming, tell exceptional stories of the ascent, fall and rise again of Apple with Steve Jobs at its rudder. With Stephen Fry, World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee and marking master Rita Clifton, Evan Davis deciphers the equation that took Apple from rural carport to worldwide phenomena.If you want to watch more inspirational documentaries, click here.

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47:44
Millionaire Basement Wars
Millionaire Basement Wars

80 Views 0 Comments 47:44

creating mega-basements or 'iceberg homes' - nicknamed because there's more square footage under the ground than above. Over the last ten years an estimated 2000 new basements have been dug in central London. Into these multi-level subterranean structures owners are building anything from cinemas, swimming pools, beauty parlours, squash courts, wine cellars and servants' quarters. Some take as long as three years to complete. As well as the noise of the digging, fleets of concrete mixers and lorries taking away the dug soil service the sites. So life for neighbours in some of London's poshest addresses has been hell.As the Royal Borough of Kensington Council responds to angry residents and tries to regulate the number of mega-basements and the disruption they cause, this BBC film goes behind the hoardings to look inside the extraordinary structures and talk to builders, owners and irate neighbours to tell the story of the conflict that has gripped the millionaires and gold-paved streets of London's smartest postcodes.

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Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy
Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy

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Extensively considered a brand that rouses enthusiasm and characterizes cool consumerism, Apple has turned into one of the greatest companies on the planet, energized by amusement changing items that take advantage of present day wishes. Its pioneer, Steve Jobs, was a since a long time ago haired school dropout with endless desire, and a helpful stickler with a harasser's temper. A man of disagreements, he melded a Californian counterculture disposition and a dominance of the specialty of buildup with hazardous advances in PC innovation. Insiders including Apple fellow benefactor Steve Wozniak, the executive who expelled Jobs from the organization he established, and Jobs' head of programming, tell exceptional stories of the ascent, fall and rise again of Apple with Steve Jobs at its rudder. With Stephen Fry, World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee and marking master Rita Clifton, Evan Davis deciphers the equation that took Apple from rural carport to worldwide phenomena.If you want to watch more inspirational documentaries, click here.

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Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price
Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price

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Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price is a 2005 narrative film by executive Robert Greenwald and Brave New Films. The film introduces a negative picture of Wal-Mart's business hones through meetings with previous workers, little entrepreneurs, and footage of Wal-Mart officials. Greenwald also utilizes measurements mixed between meeting footage, to give a target examination of the impacts Wal-Mart has on people and groups. The film highlights archival footage of Wal-Mart CEO Lee Scott applauding the enterprise at a vast worker tradition, intercut with meetings intended to undercut Scott's announcements. The narrative contends that Wal-Mart comes up short on its specialists, paying them a normal of $17,000 every year (in 2005 dollars). As indicated by the meetings, these wages are too low for representatives to manage the cost of Wal-Mart's wellbeing protection, so administration guides specialists to request government projects, for example, Medicaid. Greenwald additionally asserts that Wal-Mart contracts undocumented specialists for their cleanup groups, paying them well beneath the lowest pay permitted by law. Different reactions of the retail uber chain incorporate Wal-Mart's hostile to union practices, its negative impact on mother and pop stores and little groups, deficient ecological insurance arrangements, and its poor record on laborer's rights in the United States and universally.If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to watch more industry related videos, click here.

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Wegmans Cruelty
Wegmans Cruelty

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Wegmans Cruelty is a half hour narrative delivered by a little investigative group from the association Compassionate Consumers. Association individuals reached Wegmans Food Markets to attempt to hold some significant dialog about the conditions at Wegmans Egg Farm, and were then misdirected and rejected by Wegmans agents. The group set out to catch real footage inside the homestead and make a film in view of their experience.The film highlights proclamations from Wegmans delegates, interviews with the agents, and footage of what life and passing is similar to within a battery confine office. Roughly 98% of all eggs created in the United States originate from hens that are housed in battery confines. Regularly unknowingly, clients are supporting the acts of advanced egg cultivating by buying eggs.Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. is a 68-store market chain with stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. The family-claimed organization, established in 1916, is perceived as an industry pioneer and trend-setter. Wegmans has been named one of the 'Main 100 Companies to Work For' by Fortune Magazine throughout the previous quite a while. In 2005, Wegmans positioned #1 on the rundown.If you want to watch more industry related videos, click here.

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The Earth Is Running Out Of Oil
The Earth Is Running Out Of Oil

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This documentary looks into the crucial historical events, data and predictions regarding the global production peak of petroleum. The analysis is conducted using a number of interviews with political analysts, former OPEC officials, energy analysts, petroleum geologists and politicians. Among the interviewed parties are petroleum geologist Dr. Colin Campbell, energy investment banking CEO Matthew Simmons and former OPEC Secretary-General Fadhil Chalabi.The materials used in this documentary are a combination of footage of the petroleum production with the news revolving around this industry. This documentary is focused on the materials and statements that support the projection of a near-term oil production peak. We are also looking into our oil dependence, portraying the necessity of it in a number of aspects in the society today. We depend on oil for clean tap water, clothing and transportation.The main question in this documentary is what will happen if and when we run out of oil. We shall present to you a possible scenario in which we would have insufficient amount of oil on our planet. You will have a chance to see the difficulties that we would face without this highly important resource. If you enjoyed this documentary and would like to see more oil videos, click here.

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The House of Rothschild
The House of Rothschild

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The Rothschild Family - Puppet Masters - World's Only Trillionaires"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws." "We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it. The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent." ~ Rothschild

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The Fastest Changing Place On Earth
The Fastest Changing Place On Earth

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The story of modern China told through the eyes of the villagers forced to sell their homes and give up their land to make way for massive urban development. Naturally they are outraged and fearful. Some say they will not bow to the will of the Government, while others ultimately embrace the opportunity to make a fortune. This is China as you've never seen it before: the China that's behind Australia's resources boom.White Horse Village is a tiny farming community deep in rural China. A decade ago, it became part of the biggest urbanisation project in human history that will take half a billion farmers across the country and turn them into city-dwelling consumers. The plan decreed that White Horse Village would grow from several hundred people to a city of 200,000 in under a decade.There's little doubt China's urbanisation is a massive social and economic gamble but, according to the Government, there's a clear logic. At present, 150 million Chinese living in regional areas must leave their families, travel to the cities to work and send money home to help their children survive and prosper. The social tension this creates is significant. To combat this problem, and to try to spread wealth across the country, the Government's plan is to dot the landscape with thousands of new cities. These centres will have new schools, universities and industrial areas all intended to deliver China a thriving, consuming middle class.

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Bill Gates - How a geek changed the world
Bill Gates - How a geek changed the world

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The Money Programme's Fiona Bruce gains exclusive access to Bill Gates as he prepares to step down from full-time involvement with Microsoft, the company he helped found. Gates's company has changed the world, but he's a controversial figure, with his ruthless business leadership contributing to Microsoft being sued by the US government.In a special one-hour edition of the Money Programme, Fiona Bruce presents the definitive profile of Bill Gates as he embarks on his latest challenge: giving away the billions he's amassed. She examines the fortunes of Microsoft as it faces up to competition from internet-based companies, and the programme asks an array of well-known friends, colleagues and rivals what the future holds for the company in a post-Gates world.

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Inside Job Documentary
Inside Job Documentary

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Inside Job explores the financial crash of 2008 and how it was essentially and inside job from irresponsible individuals working in the finance sector, and bankers gambling with money that wasn't theirs.

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The Fall of Lehman Brothers
The Fall of Lehman Brothers

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On September 15th, 2008 one of the oldest and largest investment firms in the US folded. The collapse of Lehman Brothers signified how large the economic collapse of 2008 truly was. This documentary goes into how the company was run and what caused the horrific collapse that was felt around the entire United States.

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Total Denial: Film by Milena Kaneva
Total Denial: Film by Milena Kaneva

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Burma, the country of the Golden Pagodas, strangled by a military junta.A pipeline built by two oil companies, TOTAL and UNOCAL. Slave labor, rape and murder are the results of the joint venture with the military.In a historical lawsuit, 15 villagers from the jungle of Burma sued a massive oil corporation for human rights abuses in American Courts. After 10 years of intense legal battles, they come out with an impossible victory.

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The Light Bulb Conspiracy
The Light Bulb Conspiracy

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The Light Bulb Conspiracy is a documentary that examines how companies undertake Planned Obsolescence, which is the deliberate shortening of product life spans. This as the movie argues is done to guarantee consumer demand.The Light Bulb Conspiracy involves investigative research and rare archive footage to trace the untold story of Planned Obsolescence, right from its beginnings in the 1920s with a secret cartel, set up expressly to limit the life span of light bulbs, to modern day stories involving cutting edge electronics (such as the iPod) and the growing spirit of resistance amongst ordinary consumers.This film moves to different countries like France, Germany, Spain and the US in order to find witnesses belonging to an industry and following a business practice which forms the basis of the modern economy.The film shows the underbelly of the business practice by showing disquieting pictures from Africa, a country where discarded electronics are piled up in huge cemeteries for electronic waste.

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Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging
Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging

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‘Making A Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging’ is the story of big money-drugs that fuel a $330 billion psychiatric industry, without a single cure. This documentary film contains more than 175 interviews with lawyers, mental health experts, the families of victims and the survivors themselves, exposing the way in which the disease as well as the drug for the disease is branded by the industry for the treatment of a disease that did not exist before the industry made the disease.These drugs kill around 42,000 people every year and the death count keeps increasing; but still this brutal industry is thriving in the lack of a concerted action against it.

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Born Rich Documentary
Born Rich Documentary

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Slightly bland and a little boring, this documentary is nonetheless an interesting look into the lives and attitudes of the children of some of the richest people in the world.This documentary was produced by the Heir of the Johnson & Johnson fortune and features some of the most high profile “rich kids”. To be honest, I think I sympathize with some of them.On a final note, I think that this documentary was more of an attempt to brush off the “spoilt little rich kid” stigma from the producer.

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This Is The Last Dam Run of Likker I’m Ever Gonna Make
This Is The Last Dam Run of Likker I’m Ever Gonna Make

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Popcorn Sutton’s last run of moonshine. Just before his death, the legendary Popcorn Sutton allowed a film crew to shoot his last run of moonshine so that people can see what a moonshiner has to go through to continue business. This was filmed on a VHS video camera (by a close friend) and was never copyrighted or meant for distribution to other than Popcorn’s friends and relatives.

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The New Rulers of the World
The New Rulers of the World

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‘The New Rulers of the World’ is a documentary film by John Pilger focusing on one such question which the mainstream media does not highlight – the true effects of Globalization.He asks some very penetrating questions such as Who are the real beneficiaries of the globalized economy? Who really rules the world now? Is it governments or a handful of huge companies? He gives examples of big multinational companies like Ford and immensely rich people like Bill gates and contrasts them with Nationns like Africa to bring out the difference and highlights that the divisions between the rich and poor have never been greater — two thirds of the world’s children live in poverty — and the gulf is widening like never before.He talks about Indonesia, which once harped up by The World Bank as a model for the entire world, collapsed in 1998 after the fall of its global economy.The film takes the audience to Indonesia and Washington, exposing the scandals of globalization, including revealing interviews with top officials of the World Bank and the IMF, and shows how the reality behind much of modern shopping and the famous brands is a sweatshop economy, which is being duplicated in country after country.

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