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Business & Technology Documentaries
Educational and intriguing documentaries about different global industries, entrepreneurial challenges, and technological developments.
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1929: The Year of the Crash
America's Guns: Arming Mexico's Cartels
Armenia: Mining Out the Leopard
Ashley Madison: Sex, Lies & Cyber Attacks
Australia's Mine Games
Banksters
Beyond Earth
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story
Call Girls
Chasing the Jet Stream
China Love
Console Wars
Death in the Family
Desecration in the Pacific
Dresscode: Bags
Dresscode: Beards
Dresscode: Casual Friday
Dresscode: Cheap Suit
Dresscode: Dealing with Doubts
Dresscode: Does this Suit Fit?
Dresscode: First Job First Suit
Dresscode: Formal Clothing Enhances Abstract Cognitive Processing
Dresscode: Going Tieless
Dresscode: Goldman Sachs – Investment Banking is Loosen the Dresscode
Dresscode: NAFTA
Dresscode: Outfit Basics in the Office
Dresscode: Pony Tail
Dresscode: Prince Charles
Dresscode: Shoes
Dresscode: Shorts
Dresscode: Socks
Dresscode: Style Icons
Dresscode: Style Rules are Written in Pencil, and Not in Ink
Dresscode: The Satorial Sins of Mark Zuckerberg
Dresscode: The White Shirt
Dresscode: Three Piece Suits
Dresscode: Trump's Tie
Dresscode: What Kind of Watch Goes With a Suit?
Dresscode: What to Wear On A State Visit
Dresscode: Who's Best Dressed at APEC?
Eating Animals
Fight For Space
Ganz: How I Lost My Beetle
Generation Startup
Hacked: The Bangladesh Bank Heist
How China Got Rich
India's Game Changers
Inside the Crypto-Kingdom
Is Love Racist: The Dating Game
iwonderWho - Christopher Quinn (Eating Animals)
Kids for Cash
Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web
My Calling: Ambassador for the Townships
My Millennial Life
Night Guard
Now You Know: How is it possible to navigate in space?
Now You Know: The future of data storage
Now You Know: What is a nanocar?
Original Copy
Own The Sky
Particle Fever
Peak Antibiotics
People You May Know
Powering the Future
Powerlist Asia - Gerry Harvey
Revenge of the Electric Car
Screenagers
Slingshot
Smart Drugs
Spy Merchants
Sugar Sisters
Terms and Conditions May Apply
The Addiction Machine
The Beatles, Hippies and Hells Angels: Inside The Crazy World Of Apple
The Bit Player
The Great Guide To The Future
The Internet's Own Boy: The Story of Aaron Swartz
The Invisible Heart
The Last Race
The Madam
The Real Tom Thumb: History's Smallest Superstar
The Secret Life of Chaos
The Weekly: Apple’s Gold
The Weekly: Connecting The World
The Weekly: Fake Believe
The Weekly: Guilty By Machine
The Weekly: Open Arms
The Weekly: The Memo
The Weekly: The Myth of the Medallion
The Weekly: The Rabbit Hole
The Weekly: The Six Million Dollar Claim
The World of Economics Explained: A deal is a deal right?
The World of Economics Explained: Artificial Intelligence, Friend or Foe?
The World of Economics Explained: Berlin Wall - How Different Are Eastern And Western Germany?
The World of Economics Explained: Can Your First Job Kill Your Career?
The World of Economics Explained: Career opportunities in Germany
The World of Economics Explained: Chronicle of a crash of the Bubble
The World of Economics Explained: Church business, a model for success
The World of Economics Explained: COVID-19 - Pandemics And Progress
The World of Economics Explained: Crowdworker cloudworker gig work
The World of Economics Explained: Designer babies for a price
The World of Economics Explained: Electromobility
The World of Economics Explained: Forest Facts
The World of Economics Explained: From Huts to Highrises
The World of Economics Explained: How American are American Cars?
The World of Economics Explained: How are electric cars subsidised?
The World of Economics Explained: How dangerous is debt?
The World of Economics Explained: How do electric cars work?
The World of Economics Explained: How unified is Germany really?
The World of Economics Explained: How will we work in the Future?
The World of Economics Explained: Human worth
The World of Economics Explained: Lessons from the financial crisis
The World of Economics Explained: Made in Germany
The world of Economics Explained: Markets and morals - who sets the prices
The World of Economics Explained: Ode to the O-ring
The World of Economics Explained: Short-Time Work - The German Model
The World of Economics Explained: The Coronavirus Recession Explained
The World of Economics Explained: The cruel rule of the clock
The World of Economics Explained: The Dangers That Lurk in Online Shopping
The World of Economics Explained: The ECB
The World of Economics Explained: The Power of Petroleum
The World of Economics Explained: What is a bubble?
The World of Economics Explained: What is a monopolist?
The World of Economics Explained: What is a trade war?
The World of Economics Explained: What is a wage?
The World of Economics Explained: What is Capitalism?
The World of Economics Explained: What is Cryptocurrency?
The World of Economics Explained: What is deflation?
The World of Economics Explained: What is disruption?
The World of Economics Explained: What is German beer purity law?
The World of Economics Explained: What is Gross Domestic Product?
The World of Economics Explained: What is Lobbyism?
The World of Economics Explained: What is protectionism?
The World of Economics Explained: What is the Schengen Agreement?
The World of Economics Explained: Why do people turn to white collar crime?
The World of Economics Explained: Why do women earn less?
The World of Economics Explained: Will the Younger Generation Have to Pay for the Pandemic?
The World of Economics Explained: XXL - Why So Many Big Things Out There?
Tomorrow's Power
Ubiquity
Vietnam's Tech Rush
Why It Matters
You've Been Trumped
Stay up to date with thought-provoking documentaries about business and technology
Since developments in businesses and technological advances affect all of us, business and technologies are not just for scientists and entrepreneurs, they also offer a wealth of information for laymen of all backgrounds, allowing us to learn more about the astounding advancements being made all around us that will transform our lives and our futures.

Business documentaries can help us learn more about the world of entrepreneurship, follow the rise and fall of large and small corporations, and inside the inner workings of household names that we all know well—from Tesla Motors to Segway. At the same time, technology documentaries offer insight into how scientists and innovators are continually working to push the boundaries of technology and break new ground, and also introduce us to tech startups in various parts of the world.

Meet the people behind some of the largest companies in the world
In SlingShot, we meet inventor Dean Kamen. He is most well-known for having invented the Segway, but he continues to work tirelessly on other inventions and has made notable contributions such as reconceiving kidney dialysis, engineering an electric wheelchair that can climb stairs, building portable insulin pumps and so on. This documentary focuses on his 15-year quest to solve the world’s water crisis with his “SlingShot”, an energy-efficient water purification device that can turn “anything that looks wet” into pure water, a truly incredible invention.

Most people are familiar with the popular Volkswagen Beetle, but not a lot of them are aware of the tragic background behind the rise and fall of its inventor Josef Ganz. Ganz: How I Lost My Beetle tells the story of Josef Ganz, a Jewish car engineer who had to flee Germany following the Nazi rise to power. His brainchild, the Beetle, was loved and championed by Hitler, but Ganz himself was not, and the design is attributed to a later model by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche. The documentary tells the story of a man edited out of history, who lost everything but his life.

Glimpse into the future with technology documentaries
Since the beginning of time, people have always wondered about what the future will hold. From talks of flying cars and the hyperloop, to robots and virtual reality, there is no end to what the human mind longs for and fears for the future. Even some of today’s inventions and technologies would have been considered unheard of a few generations or decades ago.

However, there will always be more developments to come. The Great Guide to the Future tries to envision what our future will look like with an informative and visually-stunning documentary series, where award-winning science journalist, Jonathan McCrea, meets scientists and innovators from around the globe who are working hard on creations that will shape our future. From robot restaurants in Tokyo, to exotic wildlife sanctuaries in the Galápagos Islands, we explore the engineering that will revolutionise our homes, society, energy and travel.

Check out the full collection of business and technology documentaries and start expanding your horizons on iwonder today.