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Best White Collar Crime podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best White Collar Crime podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Scams, sex, and even murder all in the name of a perverted American dream. Enter a world where crime pays until you get caught. CNBC’s unprecedented original true-crime series, “American Greed”, takes you inside the amazing real-life stories of how some people will do anything for money. Narrated by award-winning stage, screen, and television actor Stacy Keach.
 
Utilizes narrative storytelling, archival audio, and immersive soundscapes to explore true stories of white-collar criminals, con artists, and corporate evil. From corruption and fraud to Ponzi schemes and environmental disasters, these financially motivated crimes have shaped our world in unimaginable ways. All in the name of greed.
 
Any society that allows itself to become radically unequal eventually collapses into an uprising or a police state—or both. Join venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and some of the world’s leading economic and political thinkers in an exploration of who gets what and why. Turns out, everything you learned about economics is wrong. And if we don’t do something about rising inequality, the pitchforks are coming.
 
Prison Life probes into the world of crime, punishment, and family. Join host Andrew Snyder and guests explore these complicated and sensitive issues with insightful and thought-provoking commentary. Andrew Snyder’s investigation, corrections, and family therapy background provides the basis for conversation relating to law, the legal system, correctional effectiveness and the effects on families of the incarcerated. Teamed with guests from diverse backgrounds in criminal justice, mental hea ...
 
The Rackets Podcast focuses on news related to organized crime. The subject matter isn't limited to traditional gangsters, such as drug cartels. The show also focuses heavily on white-collar criminals, including corrupt politicians, lobbyists, corporate criminals, crony capitalists, shady government officials, etc. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rackets/support
 
About The W.H. Thomas Firm is a boutique criminal and civil litigation firm focusing on the representation of individuals and businesses in state courts throughout Georgia and in Federal courts throughout the United States. At the W.H. Thomas Firm the most important case in our office is yours. Each client's case is unique and we treat it as such. Our goal is to provide high quality, individualized representation and solutions for each and every client we serve. Owned and operated by a forme ...
 
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Why is right now the easiest time in modern history for the wealthy to get away with whatever they want? HuffPost reporter and fellow Seattleite Michael Hobbes joins Zach in the studio for a deep dive into his most recent article about white collar crime. Michael Hobbes covers the new economy for HuffPost and is the co-host of the podcast “You’re W…
 
Alex Lazarow, venture capitalist at Cathay Innovation, says that start-ups in cities around the U.S. and the world are creating their own rules for success. While Silicon Valley companies have sparked key innovations and generated huge wealth over the past few decades, not everyone should use them as a model going forward. In fact, we can learn mor…
 
How bad will this recession be? Why is Congress bailing out big corporations that had record profits last year? What would happen if stock buybacks were permanently eliminated? This week, Nick and Goldy answer your questions about the economy in the time of COVID-19. Website: http://pitchforkeconomics.com/ Twitter: @PitchforkEcon Instagram: @pitchf…
 
Hi guys! Today we tackle a significant travesty in Scooby-Doo's long history of bad decisions! What if there was a TV show where both the characters and the actors were imprisoned for 15 years, forced to never grow or change and speak vaguely misogynistic dialogue? What if a sad middle aged man repeatedly harassed a cartoon teenager? That's right, …
 
Episode 43. This week we pick up where we left off. Working in the recovery and the healthcare industry is hard enough sober. Stress. Mental illness. Pulling things out of patients' buttholes. Etc. Try it with a drug habit. In this episode we talk healthcare and schizophrenia. Threesomes and mushrooms. Zimas and drunkenly auditioning for The Price …
 
Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know MORE about Jason 'Lord Honey' Smith. Jason is a chef and television personality; and is making his SECOND appearance on the show. In this episode, we catch up on what he has been doing since he was last on. We chat about his various cooking shows, his semi recent involvement with GiGi's C…
 
Melissa Duffy, a partner at Dechert LLP focused on international trade matters, provides an excellent review of the current status of the movement of goods into and out of the United States by air, land and sea. Melissa also addresses relevant tariffs, including recent exemptions, and restrictions by other countries on the export of their own criti…
 
Stewart Friedman, organizational psychologist at The Wharton School, and Alyssa Westring, associate professor at DePaul University’s Driehaus College of Business, say it’s a mistake for a working parent to think of career and home life as competing interests that have to be balanced. Their research shows how many leadership skills apply to parentin…
 
In this extended episode, Bill and Rachel discuss the failure of market liberal democracies to prevent or respond to the pandemic adequately and how the overnight unique economic collapse is forcing employers and employees alike to rethink how we organize our society. Links and notes for ep 302 (PDF): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploa…
 
In his latest book, Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman argues that economics has been eaten from within by bad assumptions he calls “zombie ideas.” You’ve encountered these zombies before: the idea that cutting taxes creates growth, or that providing healthcare for an entire country is too expensive. This week, …
 
Episode 42. The Orange County episode. One of many more to come because the OC has some serious demons to unpack. Just ask Gary (who would prefer to remain anonymous for obvious reasons.) From flashing crowds at punk rock shows to smoking meth at Knott’s Berry Farms. From the “Meth That Makes You Cum” to Darvocet cupcakes and Hessian stepdads. Plus…
 
Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I get to know Colton Valentine. Colton is a street artist and muralist I met in San Antonio. In this episode we chat about how he got started in art, in street art, and we then move on to some of his previous and current subject matter. We were recording in Colton's back yard while he was setting up an…
 
Guest Jody Godoy, Senior White Collar Reporter at Law360, joins Sound Bar to discuss how prosecutors, white collar defense lawyers and judges are being forced to pivot in their roles while dealing with courthouse closures, investigations and other effects from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. How do lawyers approach the bench while social…
 
In 1976, broadcast journalist Oprah Winfrey moved to Baltimore to coanchor the evening newscast at a local TV station. But she struggled in that spot and was moved to the morning talk show. That demotion led Winfrey to discover a professional calling that aligned with her personal sensibilities and emerging strengths. In the final episode of a four…
 
Tsedal Neeley, a professor at Harvard Business School, says that there are simple ways leaders can help their employees stay productive, focused, and psychologically healthy as they work from home during the current global pandemic. The right technology tools and clear and constant communication are more important than ever. She recommends that man…
 
As the world shelters in place from the coronavirus pandemic, an economic crisis is growing. This week, Nick and Goldy pull the curtain back on why trickle-down has made us extra vulnerable to disasters like COVID-19. Our focus always, but especially now, should be on building a more resilient and inclusive economy that can actively protect people …
 
Description: Rachel and Bill continue their discussion of corporate and individual tax avoidance in the US, including offshore havens and onshore havens like Delaware and Nevada. Ep. 301 Links and Notes (PDF): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/AFD-Ep-301-Links-and-Notes-More-on-Tax-Havens.pdf Theme music by Stunt Bird. Retur…
 
Episode 41. I’m not sure if extra ghost stories is what we need right now given we’re all homebound and stir-crazy, but it’s what we’re getting. What a great guy. We had an awesome time talking to Jack about his party-crazy MTV days as a wilding 16-year-old popping Quaaludes and opiates up and down the Hollywood strip; getting into fights and clown…
 
Take a walk with me down Fascination Street as I chat AGAIN with Ashley Arpel Greenwald. In this episode we chat about her new cookbook; with her fiance's mother Jyl Steinback. Think Outside The Lunchbox cookbook is 100% 'plant nutrition' based. (That means vegan, folks) In this episode we chat about how and why she teamed up with her future mother…
 
In 1863, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln wrote a scathing letter to his top Union general, who had squandered a chance to end the Civil War. Then Lincoln folded it up and tucked it away in his desk. He never sent it. Lincoln understood that the first action that comes to mind is often counter-productive. In the third episode of a four-part special s…
 
Jim McKelvey, entrepreneur and cofounder of Square, says that most companies that think of themselves as innovative are really just copycats. True innovation, he argues, is about fearlessly exploring novel solutions and dramatically expanding markets. Doing so also helps startups defend their innovations against industry giants, as Square did again…
 
A budget is a moral document that reflects what we value and prioritize. But to most people, the budget-making process is convoluted and confusing. Budget expert Bob Greenstein joins Nick and Jasmin this week to explain how a budget is made, and how these mind-bogglingly huge numbers impact everyday life. Bob Greenstein is the Founder and President…
 
Description: Bill and Rachel discuss the history of the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 and lessons learned that might be relevant today with coronavirus. Links and notes for ep 300 (PDF): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/AFD-Ep-300-Links-and-Notes-Spanish-Flu.pdf Theme music by Stunt Bird. The post Mar 15, 2020 – Spanish Flu …
 
Episode 40. Southsiders Lucky and Lepke are back for more All Bad. Ghosts, SWAT Teams, PCP, arrests and GHB before finding a sober way out with the help of gratitude and some higher power. They call it a late start to the good life, never forgetting those they lost along they way. Enjoy.By Mike, Keith, Russian Danny, Charlie
 
In 1958, writer Rachel Carson began her exhaustive research on the effects of widespread pesticide use for her next book, Silent Spring. Over the next four years, she built up an airtight case showing how the world’s most powerful chemical companies were harming animals, plants, and people. Her effort was also a race against time, as she struggled …
 
This is a heavily trimmed interview by Joe Rogan of Johann Hari on drug legalization, addiction and enforcement. The original is amazing and worthwhile (you'll see the War on Drugs very differently), but nearly 3.5 hours. Even though it's important and worthwhile, I couldn't get people to commit for that long, so I made this hour and fifteen minute…
 
Former Crown Prosecutor and current investigative journalist, Sandy Garossino, walks us back through the early days of Vancouver’s money-laundering scandal: how the problem was uncovered, the violence associated with infiltration by organized crime, what has been done to remedy the problem to date and what still remains to be done.…
 
Rachel deploys her knowledge of infectious diseases to update us on the new coronavirus (Covid-19): what it is, what happens when you get it, how to limit the spread, and what might happen next. (Not official medical advice!) Links and notes for ep. 299 (PDF): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Ep-299-Mar-8-2020-Coronavirus.p…
 
Rebecca Henderson, professor at Harvard Business School, says that both capitalism and democracy are failing us. She argues that it will take public and private leaders working together to simultaneously fix these two systems because free markets don't function well without free politics and healthy government needs corporate support to survive. Sh…
 
In 1915, polar explorer Ernest Shackleton’s ship became trapped in ice, north of Antarctica. For the next two years, he kept his crew of 27 men alive on a drifting ice cap, then led them in their escape. How Shackleton did that has become one of the most famous leadership case studies. In the first episode of a four-part special series on leadershi…
 
Randall Eliason, law professor and former Assistant US Attorney, provides an excellent account of the days leading up to the recent sentencing of political operative Roger Stone. The Department of Justice’s unprecedented interference in--and reversal of--its prosecutorial team’s recommendation led to the resignation from the case of all four prosec…
 
Description: Bill and Rachel discuss the massive scale and cost of American white collar crime due to government disinterest and disinvestment in investigation and prosecution. Links and notes for ep. 298 (PDF): http://arsenalfordemocracy.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/AFD-298-Links-and-Notes-White-Collar-Crime.pdf Theme music by Stunt Bird. The po…
 
Michelle King, director of inclusion at Netflix, says it’s time to stop telling women to adapt to the male-dominated workplace and time for the workplace itself to change. Her prior academic research shows that diversity training and anti-harassment efforts address important issues but fall short of creating gender equality in organizations. She id…
 
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