Real life stories, scandals, rise and falls, success. Somewhere, some people get in trouble, work hard or fight for a cause. Whether to get inspired, find your ambition or open your mind about new topics, these Netflix documentaries are here to make you smarter and better at business.
2008 Financial Crisis. The Sung Family. They owned the tiny Abacus Federal Savings of Chinatown, New York and suddenly found themselves in huge mortgage fraud case. The Academy Award nominee documentary explores the complexities that this immigrant family face, their personal relationships, and the government scrutiny.
In the early ’00s, Rudy Kurniawan rose to prominence as a wine connoisseur, auctioning off millions of dollars of vintage wine from his extensive personal cellar and befriending some of the most prominent names in the industry… Until his arrest. This is the story of how one man perpetrated the most lucrative wine fraud in history, and how the whole scheme came crashing down.
Steve Jobs was one of the most revered entrepreneurs and designers of our time. In the PBS documentary “Steve Jobs: One Last Thing,” the filmmakers trace Jobs’ inspiring career and lasting legacy in technology and retail, as well as his legendary product presentations.
This is a documentary about 90-year-old Jiro Ono, who owns the world’s most highly-regarded, 3 Michelin stars owner sushi bar Sukiyabashi. The careful and obsessive man create a very detailed, highly disciplined craft while working on his business, running this restaurant as well as his relationship with his suppliers, workers, and family. The documentary shows us long run local business success, how simply a hard passion and dedication can bring you to this.
Academy Award-nominated documentarian Nanette Burstein brings us this unique story about John McAfee. The strange real-life story, John McAfee, the computer antivirus software mogul who decamped to a heavily fortified jungle compound in Belize, where his libertine lifestyle was interrupted by allegations he had murdered his neighbor in 2012. The documentary is a subsequent flight to Guatemala and later foray into United States politics.
There is a group of four men preparing for the master sommelier exam, a test with one of the lowest pass rates in the world. The test is a mastering beverage test and you will see a lot of dedication there. If you’re looking for ambition and motivation, see how some people work hard for their goal that they believe, and how their relationship with people around them grow.
The documentary featuring archival footage and exclusive interviews, looking overall to the rise, fall and comeback of charismatic fashion designer Zac Posen.
A look beyond blueprints and computers into the art and science of design, showcasing great designers from every discipline whose work shapes our world. The interviews, how they inspire, their point of view and why design is not something just technical, it’s also a deep and beautiful art of storytelling.
Meet Nikola Tesla, the genius engineer and tireless inventor whose technology revolutionized the electrical age of the 20th century. Although eclipsed in fame by Edison and Marconi, it was Tesla’s vision that paved the way for today’s wireless world.