A couple of days after the Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said that he was in favor of a team playing south of the border, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said that it will not happen, at least not in the immediate future
The Shiver: Tonight’s group of sharks: Dallas Mavericks owner and tech-sector maverick Mark Cuban in his usual stage-right chair, real-estate impresariess Barbara Corcoran, venture capital mogul Kevin “Mister Wonderful” O’Leary, QVC Queen Lori Greiner and at the end of the line, infosec entrepreneur Robert Herjavec. Show More Summary
Aren’t those loud and obnoxious fans at sporting events jerks?
As the NBA continues to expand its scope with more regular-season games taking place outside of the United States, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban hopes to see the league give Mexico its own team. "I would love a team down here. I think it would really help the sport,'' Cuban said, per ESPN.com. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban spent much of this past campaign season trying to get inside the head of President-elect Donald Trump. Now, the NBA referees union has lodged a complaint to the league saying that Cuban is trying to do the same to their membership.
Good morning. We have that and more in Friday’s NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let’s basketball. WAR OF WORDS: The NBA’s referee union is moving toward open war with Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski published...Show More Summary
Cuban promises to remains "aggressive about trying to force change in the officiating group." The post NBA Refs Accuse Mark Cuban of ‘Threats and Intimidation’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Officiating an NBA game is an incredibly difficult job. You have to monitor ten players, many of whom are trying to get away with some transgression or another on any given play, and keep an eye out for a series of complicated rules violations. Meanwhile, you’re also charged with making split-second calls and… Read more...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has reportedly drawn the ire of the National Basketball Referees Association, which alleged he has attempted to gain an edge by directing "threats and intimidation" toward officials, The Vertical's Adrian...Show More Summary
The league and the NBRA has been going back and forth on this matter for more than a year. The National Basketball Referees Association believes Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has an unfair influence over the NBA’s treatment of referees...Show More Summary
The Shiver: Tonight’s group of sharks: Dallas Mavericks owner and tech-sector maverick Mark Cuban in his usual stage-right chair, fashion mogul Daymond John, Kevin “Mister Wonderful” O’Leary, QVC Queen Lori Greiner and at the end of the line, infosec entrepreneur Robert Herjavec. Show More Summary
In a particularly absurd display of military might and tropical folklore, Raul Castro presided over a military parade in Havana on Monday to honor his dead brother and mark the 58th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution. But instead of railing against the Republican winner of the U.S. presidential...
Shaan Patel, a 27-year-old entrepreneur from Las Vegas, had an envy-inducing high school résumé. He was the valedictorian of his class, was crowned homecoming king, and even shook President George W. Bush's hand in 2007 as a White House...Show More Summary
Student leader reaffirms country’s commitment to independence as troops and civilians march through Havana Cuban troops and hundreds of thousands of citizens have paraded through Revolution Square in the capital in a traditional show...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - FEBRUARY 06: Recording artist Joseph Simmons of Run–D.M.C. performs onstage during DirecTV Super Saturday Night co-hosted by Mark Cuban's AXS TV at Pier 70 on February 6, 2016, in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for DirecTV) Hip-hop legends Run-DMC have filed a lawsuit against [...]
"Shark Tank" investor Barbara Corcoran has spent a lot of time with Mark Cuban. Here's a few things she's learned from him. Follow BI Video: On Twitter. Join the conversation about this story »
ABC has one of the most compelling reality series on television with Shark Tank and its panel of billionaire investors. Mark Cuban has been one of the toughest on contestants, and he has a big reason why.
Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban told Business Insider on Tuesday that he embarked on a recent Twitter campaign arguing his tweets were copyrighted and, therefore, not to be posted "elsewhere without my permission" because he knewShow More Summary
No matter what the industry, this is the one thing every successful person does well. Recently Mark Cuban was asked what he would do if he lost it all. What would he do first? "I would get a job as a bartender at night and a sales job during the day," Cuban said on the podcast How I Built This,"and I would start working. Show More Summary
Your reading list for 2017 has arrived. Mark Cuban is a powerhouse. A savvy entrepreneur, exacting investor, and professional sports team owner, his suggestions, then, carry weight. Here are five of his top picks for reading material for aspiring as well as current entrepreneurs: 1. Show More Summary