Below are all the episodes we saw fit to record and release to you fine folks. Episode pages include citations of sources used in the episode as well as a link to billionaire pages providing a brief written bio. Some episodes are only available in full at our Patreon. To find a particular billionaire quickly use the handy search feature in the menu bar. Paginated for your pleasure.

Episode 160: Sandy Weill and Citigroup (Part 1)
The first part of our 3 part series exploring the saga of Citigroup, the first American bank to become too big to fail. We follow the career of its billionaire CEO Sandy Weill: a rich kid from Brooklyn who had a dream to climb the corporate ladder by smashing up … [Read more]

Episode 155: Shane Smith (Vice)
We freebased DayQuil and recorded a podcast episode about Vice billionaire Shane Smith. This one delves into Smith's murky backstory, Vice's humble beginnings as a media property pump and dump, Vice union busting, and Smith's racist friend Gavin McGinnes. About ten minutes before the episode ends there were some technical … [Read more]

Episode 154: The Bailout Bill 2.0
We discuss the continuing and worsening covid-19 emergency in New York City and take an in depth look at the $6 trillion wall street relief bill (The CARES Act) that just passed congress. It's getting money directly to the people who need it most in this crisis: too big to … [Read more]

Episode 153: Sun Myung Moon and the Unification Church
On this episode we discuss founder of the Unification Church, the Washington Times, North Korea’s Pyonghwa Motors, and Humanity’s Savior/first parent/successor of Christ Himself Sun Myung Moon. We delve into his teenage experience of being visited by Jesus, his time in a North Korean prison camp, building a fortune investing … [Read more]

Episode 152: Teaser: David Green (Co-Founder of Hobby Lobby) (Full episode on Patreon)
In your quarantine seclusion please enjoy our look at the hobby lobby co-founder who is literally funding the religious right to the terrible oppression it has always been known for. This episode has it all, Chinese labor violations, ISIS funding antiquities dealing for the Museum of the Bible and as … [Read more]

Episode 151: Senator Insider Trading, Trillion Dollar Coins, and Wealthy Fleeing the Rones
In another grab-bag episode on the Coronavirus response, we discuss the senate insider trading scandal, Rashida Talib's trillion dollar coin proposal, and how the wealthy are taking themselves and their COVID-19 up the Long Island Railroad to party it up in the Hamptons. [Read more]

Episode 150: Eric S. Yuan (Zoom CEO) (Full episode on Patreon)
We use Google Hangouts to explain the rise of Eric Yuan and Zoom video conferencing -- all from the quarantine underground. Eric wants you to socially distance yourselves from his personal history and source of wealth, but we've got the details: burning down his neighbor's chicken coup, secretly recording your … [Read more]

Episode 149: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Stonks, and the Fed
Note: Some of what we discuss at the top of this episode is already out of date - so Steven and Andy recorded a tag at the end with the updates as of Monday night. In Grubstakers first completely remote episode we discuss the stock market response to COVID-19 and … [Read more]

Episode 148: Grubstakers - Tough Crowd (Full episode on Patreon)
This week we hound Sean for being a naz/bol on twitter. Leading to a discussion on the current political moment. Insights, opinions and tweets do not reflect on Grubstakers LLC. It was a Hyperbolic Time Chamber where time didn’t exist, but we learned a lot and grow along the way. … [Read more]

Episode 147: Meg Whitman (Biden donor)
Thanks for joining us on our International Woman’s day special! We chose to discuss the tenacious Meg Whitman. She grew up in the area of NY, that F. Scott Fitzgerald based the book The Great Gatsby on. Her parents came from families tied to Boston's elite, known as the "Boston … [Read more]