Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban believes there is no sport more competitive than business. Here's why.
S hark Tank investor and billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban showed his utter distaste for so-called “tax inversions" today with a vow to sell off the stock of any company that takes advantage of a method used to dodge U.S. corporate taxes. Cuban tweeted a series of messages on Twitter this morning, laying out his case. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban explains why owning a sports team is unlike owning any other business.
The 2011 champions just might be back for more. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has made significant strides this summer in restoring his franchise to contender status. With the splashy acquisition of restricted free agent Chandler...Show More Summary
The music-focused network, a partnership with Ryan Seacrest and Mark Cuban, will broadcast episodes a week after they air on ITV. read more
Well, yeah. For years now, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has railed against the IOC’s monopoly on profits from international hoops tournaments. Paul George’s devastating injury gave Cuban ammunition for […] The post Jerry Colangelo: Mark Cuban’s World Cup Idea All About the Money appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Mavericks owner has long opposed NBA players competing in international competitions. It's about money and control. Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has long argued against NBA stars, including his team's own German legend Dirk Nowitzki, playing in FIBA tournaments and the Olympics. Show More Summary
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After Paul George's gruesome injury during a FIBA scrimmage on Friday, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban called on the NBA to organize its own basketball World Cup. "The [International Olympic Committee] is playing the NBA," he told ESPN's Marc Stein. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner and naked billionaire Mark Cuban has long been against the NBA's partnership with FIBA and the International Olympic committee, and Paul George's injury in Friday night's Team USA scrimmage gave him another opportunity to rip the current system of international play. Read more...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is making the media rounds and hoping to change how the NBA allows its players to participate in international competition. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, for a long time now, has fought against rules...Show More Summary
Paul George's horrific leg injury has called star players' involvement in international competitions into question. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban thinks he might have a solution, per Marc Stein of ESPN.com. Cuban spoke to Stein after George went down during a USA Basketball Showcase scrimmage Friday night in Las Vegas. Show More Summary
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How does becoming a billionaire feel? For Mark Cuban, it was nothing short of primordial bliss. Read more...
What's better: Becoming a millionaire or a billionaire? According to Mark Cuban, becoming a billionaire is better. And it's not even close. On a podcast, James Altucher asked Cuban to rank the feeling of selling his first company to become a millionaire with the feeling of becoming a billionaire when his next big company's stock went nuts. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal, Mark Cuban on Tax Inversions: If You Move Overseas, I’m Selling Your Stock: Billionaire investor Mark Cuban isn’t a fan of tax inversions. In a series of tweets and interviews, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks said companies that buy a company to take advantage of another...
Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban explains why launching a tech startup no longer requires significant upfront capital investment.
Mark Cuban, the billionaire investor and owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, took to Twitter on Friday to rail against companies that adopt overseas addresses to avoid paying U.S. taxes. He urged investors to sell shares of...Show More Summary
Good for him. Let's see how many more millionaires and billionaires support him: Mark Cuban isn't a fan of tax inversions, either. Last night, President Obama spoke with CNBC's Steve Liesman, and their first topic of conversation was...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban would rather see corporate America reinvest at home than pretend that shrinking tax liability by moving overseas is good for growth. The post Billionaire Blasts Companies That Jump Overseas To Duck Taxes: ‘I’m Selling Your Stock’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.