Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban isn’t a fan of the NBA All-Star Game voting system. He called it “embarrassing” when asked about it on Friday, concluding the system is “absolutely, positively broken.” His main problem with it is its reliance on fan input from online voting and Twitter, which he says is basically meaningless when […]
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Outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban isn't a fan of the NBA's system for selecting All-Star starters, but his reasons are different than you might expect. Normally we hear arguments about how the midseason competition is really...Show More Summary
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban suggested the NBA should do away with fan balloting for the All-Star game, saying the leading total of 1.5 million votes for Golden State's Stephen Curry was so low it was "embarrassing."
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It is rare for an NBA franchise owner to publicly admit mistakes, and rarer still for an owner to admit a mistake and simultaneously rectify it with an emphatic reversal of agenda. But Mark Cuban is not like most NBA owners. The Dallas...Show More Summary
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Mark Cuban did something that no one's ever done on "Shark Tank" before: On the show, he made a deal not to invest in a company, but buy it outright. The deal to buy struggling novelty sticker company evREwares for $200,000 made for great drama for the show's viewers, but it turns out the deal never went through. Show More Summary
Amid the long list of leaked emails from December's massive Sony hack was an exchange involving billionaire investor Mark Cuban, Mark Cuban Companies general counsel Robert Hart, and Sony Pictures Television president Steve Mosko regarding a "Shark Tank" contract Cuban deemed "beyond an insult" and had him threaten to leave the show. Show More Summary
The founders of wearable sticker company Evrewares handed over 100 percent of their distressed small business to the 'Shark Tank' host.
Shark Tank aired a special episode on Tuesday night, and it ended with a dramatic twist. The owners of evREwares, making products such as ‘sticky ties,’ a reusable party accessory, agreed to sell their business to Mark Cuban for $200,000. Show More Summary
The founders of dating website Coffee Meets Bagel swiftly rejected the largest offer in 'Shark Tank' history.
Former Dallas Mavericks center Roy Tarpley died on Friday at the age of 50, per Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News. On behalf of himself and the team, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban offered condolences to Tarpley 's family: Tarpley played 280 games in six seasons with Dallas, averaging 12.6 points, 8.2 rebounds and a block a game. Show More Summary
The famed entrepreneur and investor pulls back the curtain to explain what it takes to make a successful pitch on his show, and why you should think twice before calling Mark Cuban.
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When Ilya Semin, the 29-year-old CEO of Datanyze, wanted to first test his product in 2012, he turned to one of the oldest marketing tactics: cold emailing. He found the email addresses of a few dozen sales executives and sent them an email asking for feedback on his new product. Show More Summary
The rules of Shark Tank are clear to regular viewers: entrepreneurs have to get all the money they are asking for. It can take the form of an equity investment, loan or other funding. And it doesn’t have to come from just one panelist. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban spoke with Henry Blodget at Business Insider's IGNITION 2014. He gave us his predictions on the future of television. Edited by Devan Joseph. Special thanks to Justin Gmoser and Sam Rega. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »
Some of the most entertaining moments on ABC's "Shark Tank" are when the investors compete with each other to nab a deal with a promising entrepreneur. But sometimes, the Sharks will team up and split an investment. In a recent podcast...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban talked with Henry Blodget at Business Insider's IGNITION 2014. He told us why he does Shark Tank despite his already busy schedule. Edited by Devan Joseph. Special thanks to Justin Gmoser and Sam Rega. Follow BI Video: On Facebook Join the conversation about this story »