CNBC Originals

2018
53:10

Crisis on Wall Street: The Week That Shook the World

4.0 2 x
Ten years after the financial crisis of 2008, Andrew Ross Sorkin reports on how close the world came to a global economic catastrophe.
43:14

Bitcoin: Boom or Bust

3.0 1 x
CNBC presents the good, the bad and the ugly sides of bitcoin, the cryptocurrency that’s exploded into a worldwide phenomenon.
43:50

Warren Buffet: Investor. Teacher. Icon.

4.0 4 x
This CNBC original documentary takes viewers inside the story of Warren Buffett’s extraordinary success and profiles some of the many people whose lives have been influenced.
43:14

Oceans of Crime

3.0 5 x
Go inside a fascinating and disturbing crime story, set in one of the most lawless places on earth: our oceans, where perpetrators traffic in an illegal product and front-line workers are modern-day slaves.
43:14

The Profit in Marijuana Country

Expired 3.0 7 x
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis goes to California for a rare and revealing look at the place many consider the marijuana capital of America.
Episodes 2017
43:57

The Profit in Puerto Rico: An American Crisis

Expired 4.0 15 x
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis takes viewers on a fascinating and sometimes disturbing journey through Puerto Rico as it struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria.
43:14

The Profit: Marijuana Millions

4.0 18 x
Marcus Lemonis travels to California at a game-changing moment in the evolving acceptance and commercialization of pot in America.
43:14

A Billionaire's Bet: The Best & Brightest

3.0 48 x
CNBC follows an extraordinary group of young super-achievers as they gather in Beijing to take part in a program for future world leaders.
Episodes 2016
43:14

The Profit in Cuba

4.0 22 x
The Profit’s Marcus Lemonis travels to Cuba at a time of historic change, and profiles a new breed of business owners determined to succeed under one of the most oppressive regimes in the world.
43:14

Ground Zero Rising: Freedom vs. Fear

3.0 113 x
As the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, CNBC's Jim Cramer takes an in-depth look at the redevelopment of the 16-acre site.
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