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Crime Inc.

We have 12 episodes of the CNBC documentary series Crime Inc. below.

  • Art for the Taking

    From home invasions and museum heists to forgers passing off high-priced fakes, art crimes rake in $6 billion a year. It’s a crime that could be right out of Hollywood but in reality destroys families, fortunes, and careers.

    CONKSeptember 21, 2012
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  • Medical Insurance Fraud

    Health care fraud is one of the most destructive financial crimes, siphoning billions of dollars from patients and companies…and entering this underground is simple. See how insurance fraud can put your money, your health, and even your life, at risk.

    CONKSeptember 14, 2012
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  • Hollywood Robbery

    Rip it. Burn it. Steal it. Never before has it been so easy to copy a song, movie or game. It may seem harmless, but media piracy is a multibillion-dollar criminal enterprise.

    CONKSeptember 4, 2012
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  • Secrets for Sale

    From foreign governments to coworkers in the next cubicle, the faces of corporate espionage are all around us. When a company is hit, it’s not just stock holders who pay the price.

    CONKAugust 22, 2012
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  • Illegal Gambling

    Illegal gambling may conjure images of mobsters, bookies, and threats of violence but while that underground world still exists, technology has made illegal gambling much more accessible. It’s a thriving illegal business hiding in plain sight.

    CONKAugust 16, 2012
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  • The War on Counterfeit Goods

    Counterfeit goods are everywhere. If someone is making it, chances are someone else is faking it. Counterfeiting is believed to cost retailers hundreds of billions of dollars.From high-priced wine to Viagra, see how counterfeiters keep their goods moving.

    CONKAugust 16, 2012
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  • Grand Theft Auto

    According to the FBI, the auto theft industry is responsible for more than $4.5 billion in annual losses in the US and this global crime shows no signs of stopping. CNBC explores alarming new trends in auto theft, and much more.

    CONKAugust 16, 2012
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  • A Deadly High

    They go by names like Bath Salts, Herbal Incense and Plant Food, but there’s nothing natural about them. Despite labels warning against human consumption, more and more people are using these synthetic drugs…often with tragic consequences.

    CONKAugust 16, 2012
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  • Stolen Goods

    The over $70 billion industry of stolen goods is a complex web of stealing, buying, and selling—the items end up on the Internet, in flea markets, and even back on the shelves of legitimate stores.

    CONKAugust 16, 2012
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  • Human Trafficking

    From prostitution to slave labor, human trafficking is a booming business. This $32 billion underground industry knows no moral bounds, stretching around the globe.

    CONKAugust 13, 2012
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  • Counterfeit Goods

    Fake handbags, watches, shoes and perfumes. The business of counterfeit goods is the largest underground industry in the world. Hundreds of billions of dollars are generated while sapping the economy, putting lives in danger, and funding organized crime.

    CONKAugust 13, 2012
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