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Mark Cuban says 'Shark Tank' showed him there are 3 types of entrepreneurs

After seeing hundreds of entrepreneurs pitch their businesses over six full seasons of "Shark Tank," Mark Cuban said there are only three primary categories they can fall into: honest entrepreneurs, arrogant ones, or scam artists. At a "Shark Tank" a roundtable discussion hosted by Sony Pictures Television and ABC in late September to celebrate the premiere of the show's eighth season, Cuban explained that each of these types will dictate how he behaves during the pitch.
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