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How does Jeff Bezos keep getting richer? What’s up with Kanye’s sneaker empire? Is Kim Kardashian really a self-made woman? These are the types of topics we’ll unpack on Listed, a conversation show about the people, money and power on Forbes’ famous lists. Cohosts, listologists and Forbes editors Maggie McGrath and Abram Brown break down how these people influence and change the world by talking with the Forbes writers who know them best.

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How does Jeff Bezos keep getting richer? What’s up with Kanye’s sneaker empire? Is Kim Kardashian really a self-made woman? These are the types of topics we’ll unpack on Listed, a conversation show about the people, money and power on Forbes’ famous lists. Cohosts, listologists and Forbes editors Maggie McGrath and Abram Brown break down how these people influence and change the world by talking with the Forbes writers who know them best.

    Rich Candidate, Poor Candidate

    Rich Candidate, Poor Candidate

    Presidential races are all about money, and the amount a candidate raises can make or break a campaign. For this special Super Tuesday episode, however, Forbes senior editor Dan Alexander is here to tell us why the candidates' personal wealth matters way more than meets the eye, whether they are millionaires, billionaires, or none of the above.

    Further reading:

    The Net Worth Of Every 2020 Presidential Candidate

    Trump Has Now Shifted $1.9 Million From Campaign Donors to His Business

    Here are the Billionaires Funding The Democratic Presidential Candidates

    Filings Show Michael Bloomberg Spent Nearly Half A Billion Dollars On His Own Campaign In Three Months

    • 38 min
    Secrets of the Highest-Paid Podcasters

    Secrets of the Highest-Paid Podcasters

    Everyone has a podcast these days, but sadly for Maggie and Abe, very few shows make millions of dollars for their hosts. How do Joe Rogan and the My Favorite Murder duo make it happen? Entertainment reporter Ariel Shapiro just finished the first Forbes list of the highest-earning podcasters. If anyone can tell us the secret, she can!

    Read Ariel Shapiro's coverage of top-earning podcasters here:

    Crime Does Pay: ‘My Favorite Murder’ Stars Join Joe Rogan As Nation’s Highest-Earning Podcasters

    • 36 min
    All The Queen's Riches

    All The Queen's Riches

    Forbes has covered the wealth of royal families around the world since long before Harry and Meghan “stepped away” to seek their own fortunes. This week, Maggie and Abe tap a handful of Forbes staff—including a colleague from across the pond—to discuss how we understand the wealth of the world’s royals and of Queen Elizabeth herself, and what Harry and Meghan have to look forward to as they go it alone.




    For further reading on the royals:

    ‘Megexit’ Millions: How Harry And Meghan Can Write A New Chapter—And Get Royally Rich

    Harry And Meghan Need $3 Million-Plus To Be ‘Financially Independent.’ Here’s How They May Do It

    Baby Archie’s Great-Granny Is Royally Loaded: Inside Queen Elizabeth’s $500 Million Fortune

    The Royal Family Is Getting Increasingly Expensive For UK Taxpayers

    • 30 min
    The Problematic Bumble Billionaire

    The Problematic Bumble Billionaire

    Bumble, the dating app where women make the first move, has built its business around messages of female empowerment. Its success landed cofounder and CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd in the spotlight and on multiple Forbes lists. Thanks to the reporting of Forbes’ Angel Au-Yeung, however, some shocking allegations about Bumble’s other cofounder, Andrey Andreev, have come to light, and the consequences are still unfolding. This week, Angel tells us all about her investigation.




    Article links for this episode:

    Exclusive Investigation: Sex, Drugs, Misogyny and Sleaze at the HQ of Bumble's Owner

    Blackstone To Buy Russian Billionaire’s Bumble Stake After Forbes Investigation Into His Companies

    Abe's "Last But Not Least"

    • 30 min
    Kids on YouTube are Making Millions

    Kids on YouTube are Making Millions

    Children and gamers dominate the Forbes list of Top Earning YouTube Stars. Two of the top three are under 10 years old. How do content makers who are kids—or who target them—turn their views into millions in annual income? Entertainment Reporter Maddie Berg is back to tell us how they do it, and whether they can keep it going.




    Article links for this episode:

    The Highest Paid Youtube Stars of 2019: The Kids Are Killing It

    Is It Possible to Become the Next Big Youtube Star in 2020?

    Youtube Disables Personalized Ads, Comments on Children’s Videos

    Maggie’s "Last But Not Least"

    • 33 min
    Power Women of the World

    Power Women of the World

    From Angela Merkel to Melinda Gates, Rihanna to Greta Thunberg… Publisher of ForbesWomen Moira Forbes is in the studio to talk about the world’s 100 most powerful women. She'll tell us what makes a “power woman” today, and what’s shifted over the decades.




    Articles discussed in this episode include:

    The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women (Forbes) edited by Moira Forbes and Maggie McGrath

    Who Invented the Dishwasher…? (USA Today)

    • 29 min

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