Fresh off handing Chandler Parsons $46 million, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban didn’t want him playing for Team USA, risking injury and, more importantly, putting his investment in harm’s way. Go figure. Here’s what Parsons had to say after he threw out the first pitch at a Texas Rangers game, via The Dallas Morning News‘ […]
9/9/2011 9:25AM Buying and holding stocks and bonds for the long term and maintaining a diversified portfolio are still the smartest strategies for the average investor, says Vanguard founder Jack Bogle in answer to Mark Cuban and other critics of these traditional approaches. In the Big Interview with Journal columnist Jason Zweig, Bogle takes aim...Read More
This week, at TechCrunch Disrupt SF, both Mark Cuban and Dan Gilbert stopped by for on-stage interviews. In addition to giving advice on building businesses and championing Detroit, the two outspoken NBA owners had a bit of advice for...Show More Summary
The Shark Tank judge has spent much time thinking about the future of communication. His view: it should all just disappear.
Mark Cuban knows a thing or two about investments. When he's not screaming on the sidelines of Dallas Mavericks games or writing his frank blog posts, the billionaire investor is blasting flimsy pitches that cross his path on ABC's hit...Show More Summary
Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban explains a very common social media error--and what his company is doing about it.
Mark Cuban sat down at TechCrunch Disrupt SF today to talk privacy and founding businesses. However, from Shark Tank to his own investment firm, Mr. Cuban, is also a prolific investor, which lead to questions about the best ways to get his investment. “I’m very transparent with my companies,” Mark said. “You should know the companies I’ve invested in, why I… Read More
The entrepreneur and investor said he will sell into Silicon Valley, but invest in companies elsewhere
Serial entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban had some choice words for the investors in Silicon Valley while speaking at TechCrunch Disrupt. Having a 90 percent fail rate doesn’t work for him. “Silicon Valley has a FOMO (fear of missing out) approach to investing. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban doesn't like the trolls on Twitter. According to the startup investor, star of Shark Tank and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, he has to think twice before tweeting anything, because there are hoards of jerks on the social network who want to pick him apart. Show More Summary
Dear Silicon Valley: Mark Cuban wants to kick your ass. At Disrupt SF today, the noted investor and bon vivant talked about his drive to build companies and his feelings about San Francisco. “Fuck y’all. I want to win,” he said, talking about his drive to found companies. Read More
Mark Cuban is one of America’s best known entrepreneurs, through his inclusion on the Shark Tank panel and his can’t-be-missed presence as an NBA owner. Via his blog and media appearances, he doesn’t mince words about sport or business. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban, serial entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, reveals the true reason most businesses fail.
Why yes, Mark Cuban does hold (playful) grudges. Speaking on KRLD-FM 105.3 The Fan, the Dallas Mavericks owner admitted that he wanted to best Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey in free agency this past summer, per The Dallas Morning News: On if things are personal with the Rockets with Daryl Morey: “Oh, all good […]
Here’s ESPN Dallas reporting Mavs owner Mark Cuban’s opinion on the Clippers, who with Donald Sterling gone have a new owner: New Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer drew comparisons to Mark Cuban with his high-fiving, chest-bumping, shouting introduction to the franchise’s fan base last week. The scene came as no surprise to the Dallas Mavericks owner, [...]
Mark Cuban put his business power on display on Monday when he plugged the website of a cookie company he's invested in during a radio interview. This apparently flooded the website with traffic, briefly crashing it within seconds. Cuban was a guest on "The Dan Patrick Show" when he was asked what the best product is that he has invested in. Show More Summary
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Why high-profile entrepreneurs including Mark Cuban and Dennis Crowley are using this app to keep a finger on the pulse of the tech world.
Mark Cuban is charismatic, smart and rich — and if you want to be like him, he’s got some advice: Be nice. In a post last week on his personal blog, Cuban offered tips for business success and the last is a blunt appeal for basic courtesy: “People hate dealing with people who are jerks.
I’m personally excited to announce that the one and only Mark Cuban will be joining me on stage at Disrupt SF for a fireside chat. From early an dot.com success to an outspoken sports team owner to household TV personality, Mark Cuban is seemingly everywhere. Show More Summary