When Jon Stewart's successor on The Daily Show came under fire for jokes he posted on Twitter, Cuban used the opportunity to promote one of his business ventures.
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, said that getting in trouble with the Securities and Exchange Commission is like getting an "expensive speeding ticket." Cuban came to the defense of private equity's "turnaround queen" Lynn Tilton. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban, the billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner and "Shark Tank" investor, has built several companies and invested in more than 120 throughout his career. Before becoming even moderately successful, he was a recent college graduate...Show More Summary
With a networth of $3 billion, Mark Cuban is one of the richest people in the world. The other sharks on Shark Tank, well not so much. While we don’t know exactly how much they’re worth, here are the estimates … More » The post Even on Shark Tank, Mark Cuban’s Wealth Stands Out appeared first on EveryJoe.
Failure? Yeah, the Dallas Mavericks' owner has had some of those. But he got over them--and so can you.
In the wake of Monta Ellis’ right calf injury Friday night, an enraged Mark Cuban resumed his eternal war with the NBA and its referees. It's criminal how Monta doesn't The post Mark Cuban Not Worried About Possible Fine for Blasting Refs appeared first on SLAMonline.
Mark Cuban has been fined more than $2 million by the NBA for infractions that include saying he wouldn’t hire referee Ed Rush to manage a Dairy Queen. Cuban has a history of strong statements, but his reported comment about Lamar Odom...Show More Summary
Mark Halperin just compared the way Hillary has been foisted on Dem voters to the empty "choices" that Cubans have when it comes to their leaders. On this evening's With All Due Respect, when Dem strategist Steve McMahon claimed that Dems are happy with "the" choice they have in the person of Hillary, Halperin retorted "like the way Cuban voters are happy with their choices."
Odom came to the Mavs after the 2010-11 season in exchange for a first-round pick, and things immediately fell apart for the big lefty. The post Mark Cuban Calls Acquiring Lamar Odom ‘By Far The Worst’ Move He’s Ever Made appeared first on SLAMonline.
Mark Cuban is a remarkably successful entrepreneur, and an inspiration to millions. But do you know everything there is to know about him?
Shortly after Mark Cuban got his bachelor's degree from Indiana University in 1981, he moved in with some friends in Dallas and became a bartender. After getting sick of making drinks, Cuban worked at a PC software business, where he built up a strong clientele but provoked his boss to fire him for disobeying an order. Show More Summary
Latest "Shark Tank" episode recap: Baby sharks, what's Kevin O'Leary hiding online, and why "There's no chance in T-shirt hell!" this company is going to be worth $5 million
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Melissa Carbone scored big on "Shark Tank" in the show's fifth season when she made a $2 million deal with Mark Cuban in exchange for 20% of her horror attractions company, Ten Thirty One Productions. Not only did she make one of the biggest deals in the show's history, but she's also been one of its most successful entrepreneurs. Show More Summary
Shark bodies denting the dome of the nation’s capitol? Mark Cuban and Ann Coulter in charge of that capitol? No health or pension benefits for Sharknado’s hard-working crew? All of these sharktrocities are best met with an emphatic,Show More Summary
Venture capitalist Bill Gurley says the tech bubble may collapse this year. Even if it doesn't, sky-high valuations for tech startups are likely to become a thing of the past.
A few years ago, the organizers of Dallas' annual St. Patrick's Day parade were on the verge of having to cancel the event when 2012's main sponsor, Budweiser, pulled out just a month before it was to take place, on the Sunday before St. Show More Summary
Whether it’s subprime auto lending, Janet Yellen’s “stretched” biotech sector, or corporate credit, bubbles abound in today’s fragile market and like Mark Cuban, Prem Watsa thinks the valuations investors are placing on private tech companies are simply ludicrous. Show More Summary
Billionaire investor, Mark Cuban, suggestions that that the U.S. economy was suffering from an inflated tech bubble could in some way is true according to CNBC’s contributor Dan Nathan. The Dallas Mavericks owner is especially taking issue with how money is being pumped into small startup techs that are not making products and worse, cannot […]