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.
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 the issue of tax inversions, or mergers where U.S.-based companies acquire foreign companies and move their tax base overseas to enjoy lower rates. Show More Summary
The cynics out there might say Chandler Parsons had about 46 million reasons to sign the Dallas Mavericks' offer sheet this summer, but to hear the small forward tell it, the two most persuasive factors had nothing to do with money. It...Show More Summary
Has sending a text message ever come back to bite you? If so, Mark Cuban’s new startup Cyber Dust wants to save you the trouble. The ephemeral messaging app launched today on Android alongside its existing iPhone counterpart. Cyber Dust functions similar to Snapchat, but with a focus primarily on texting. Show More Summary
An offseason around the Dallas Mavericks is never dull. Mark Cuban's club has pursued the best of the best this summer, from sitting down with Carmelo Anthony to Mark Cuban himself flying to Cleveland for a meeting with LeBron James'...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks are on to something. It started with the trade that brought Tyson Chandler (and Raymond Felton) from the New York Knicks, solidifying a front line in a way it hadn't been since the last time the 31-year-old center wore a Mavs uniform. The next big step was signing forward Chandler Parsons away from the Houston Rockets. Show More Summary
After the Houston Rockets refused to match the three-year, $46 million offer sheet he signed with Mark Cuban in a nightclub, Chandler Parsons is the newest member of the Dallas Mavericks. Parsons wasted no time this summer in finding...Show More Summary
When Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban asked whether the NFL was reaching the saturation point and running the risk of people getting sick of it, a lot of football fans dismissed it. But the NFL office didn’t. NFL Media COO Brian Rolapp told the Hollywood Reporter that Cuban was asking the same questions that the…
Transcriptic is opening up its application programming interface today, so that scientists can control experiments in the company’s robot-run lab. The startup, backed by Google Ventures, Founders Fund, and Mark Cuban, among others, hopes to completely reinvent how biological research is done. Founder Max Hodack says he came up for the idea for his robotic […]
A shot at ABC's "Shark Tank": The chance to present your idea to Mark Cuban and the other sharks comes down to you, your idea and a casting director. And those sixty seconds tick by quickly. In light of the show's upcoming North Carolina...Show More Summary
Daryl Morey wants you to know you’re freaking crazy, Mark Cuban. That’s basically what the Houston Rockets’ general manager implied of the Dallas Mavericks and their fearless, outspoken owner and their pursuit of Chandler Parsons—who they successfully signed, mind you, but not without paying a steep, above-market price. Here’s what Morey told KBME-AM 790 in […]
LeBron James may have single-handedly brought the opening of NBA's free agency period to a halt, but the Mavericks found a way to put a deadline on the King's decision. LeBron James might have never even known it was happening. While...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets are waiting for a decision from free-agent power forward Chris Bosh while they mull over whether or not to match the offer sheet Chandler Parsons was given from Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks. Houston has offered Bosh a four-year, $88 million deal. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban is certainly the most fun owner.
What's the best way to celebrate signing a lucrative offer sheet? Party with the man who made you the offer. On Wednesday, ESPN's Marc Stein reported that restricted free agent Chandler Parsons signed a three-year offer sheet with the Dallas Mavericks. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban explains how to make the media work in your favor.