The Secret Life of Garbage In this CNBC documentary, "Squawk Box" Co-Anchor Carl Quintanilla will look at garbage - how we create it, how we get rid of it, and how we often just put it out of sight all at significant cost to individuals and society alike. One thing about the garbage business, it's always picking up.
The Big Business of Water Water, our most precious natural resource, is at risk. CNBC explores a global crisis. Remington insists its gun is safe -- but allegations and lawsuits point to a trail of death, serious injury, and thousands of complaints.
Did this iconic American company go too far in protecting its signature product? Marijuana USA CNBC examines how marijuana, the world's most commonly used illicit drug, dares to move out of the shadows and into the mainstream of American life.
The Facebook Obsession The Facebook Obsession is the real story behind the rise of the largest social-media site in the world, told through the company's founders, friends and foes. Correspondent Lester Holt delivers a comprehensive look at how this Internet phenomenon, with half a billion users, is affecting society in ways most people are unaware of. Shactman reports on an industry that continues to thrive despite all we know about the dangers of smoking.
Divorce Wars Find out the secrets behind the money, the lies, the emotional pain, and the financial gain that happens when wealthy couples go from trusted allies to warring factions in CNBC's "Divorce Wars. So who is the American tax cheat secretly keeping their cash while the rest of us have to pony up? Why do so many people believe that cheating on your taxes is morally ok? Squawk Box Anchor Becky Quick investigates how this widespread tax evasion lands businessmen in prison, celebrities in hot water, and citizens in fear and desperation.
We'll also meet the law enforcement side of the IRS, CPAs with a gun and a badge that investigate criminal tax evasion with the same zeal that brought down Al Capone. They'll hunt for income in overseas accounts, the secret vaults of criminals and even your checking account.
From celebrities to the working class, no one is immune from an IRS investigator. Whether you think cheating is right or wrong, with hundreds of billions at stake, the IRS has a job to do. Our financial systems, power grids, telecommunications, water supplies, flight controls and military communications are all online - making them vulnerable to countless attacks by cyber criminals. The goal could be a minute blackout, an attack on our national security, a stock trading glitch or the theft of millions of dollars worth of intellectual property.
The FBI has recently made cyber crime a number one priority, one that costs the U. Its familiar blue and white logo stands as the symbol of prestigious, high-performance, luxury cars.
A one-time aircraft engine manufacturer that eventually moved to motorcycles and offbeat sports sedans, BMW today commands brand recognition and respect that is the envy of the commercial world. Inside the World's Most Anticipated Airplane NBC's Phil LeBeau will take viewers inside Boeing to see whether this enormously important American company, and one of the nation's largest employers, can rise to the challenge of a rapidly changing global aviation market.