Could Dwight Howard be headed to the Mavericks? If Mark Cuban gets his way, the answer could be yes. Dallas is reportedly trying to swing a deal that would give away the team’s No. 13 draft pick in order to clear up space for the former Lakers center. The Mavericks have been looking for another [...]Show More Summary
How many mulligans can Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks take before Dirk Nowitzki has fizzled as a championship-caliber franchise player? We might find out this summer. According to ESPN's Chad Ford, the Mavs are shopping the No.Show More Summary
Brittney Griner, the Baylor University basketball star who made headlines this spring both when Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban offered her a tryout to see if she’d be able to play competitively in the National Basketball Association rather than the WNBA—she ultimately signed with the Phoenix Mercury, a women’s team—and then when she confirmed that she’d [...]
Mark Cuban is crowdsourcing a new uniform design for the Dallas Mavericks, but the billionaire entrepreneur warned: the winning designer’s sole reward will be bragging rights, although he “may even throw in some tickets.” Now a Chicago-based...Show More Summary
Yesterday, we explained why it is virtually impossible to take out a mortgage, or any other debt, in another currency — as Mark Cuban has done. Mark Cuban has refinanced all of his debt into Japanese yen, hoping that if the yen falls, then paying his debt off gets even cheaper. Show More Summary
Man, Shark Tank is so good — it stinks to see it leave for summer vacay. Fortuanately, the ABC reality show about aspiring entrepreneurs will air two episodes back-to-back beginning at 8/7c on Friday, during which Mark Cuban will have...Show More Summary
We recently reported that Mark Cuban refinanced every last dollar of his debt into Japanese Yen. There are two reasons to do this. One is that interest rates in Japan are very low. The other reason is that it's a yen short. If the value...Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban – “The Cube” to us bros – announced on his blog that the Mavs were going to get a makeover. But because [...] The post Hey Everyone, Let’s Help The Dallas Mavericks Design Their New Uniforms! appeared first on With Leather.
Entrepreneurial hero and NBA team owner Mark Cuban is no stranger to skipping the so-called "normal" way of doing things The world got one more example of Cuban's unique approach to business and sports team ownership on Tuesday afternoon. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban is taking a different approach to find a new uniform design for the Dallas Mavericks starting in the 2015-16 season. Instead of spending a bunch of money, hiring designers and actually talking to people who know what they're doing, he's asking fans to submit their designs. Show More Summary
Mavericks owner and apparent genius, Mark Cuban, recently asked fans to deliver their finely crafted ideas for new uniforms. It is going as you would expect. It all starts with a entry from Cuban at Blog Maverick where he asks fans to come up with their best designs for a new jersey that will be worn by the team starting in the 2015-16 season. Show More Summary
Anyone who has gone swimming with the sharks of ABC Television's hit show Shark Tank knows Lori Greiner, Mark Cuban, Daymond John and Mr. Wonderful Kevin O'Leary (Editor's Note: That's a joke by the way - he's clearly not a Mr. Wonderful) are all business. Show More Summary
By Tom Lydon: The Bank of Japan is determined to spark inflation and weaken the yen to prop up the stagnant economy and help exporters. Many currency traders and hedge funds have made a killing by siding with the BOJ. Billionaire investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has also profited by betting against the yen. Show More Summary
Oy vey. Donald Trump is at it again. Having already feuded with Rosie O'Donnell... and Barack Obama... and Mark Cuban... and Bill Maher... the Celebrity Apprentice host is getting into it with Daily Show host Jon Stewart. Over what? On...Show More Summary
Billions of dollars are being invested to make trading without humans faster, cheaper, smarter. The problem is that no matter how smart you make machines, they will never be smart enough in our lifetime to detect all levels of deceit and fraud. Particularly online.
One of the hottest trades in the world is shorting the yen. The idea is that the new government is eager to stimulate (both through fiscal and monetary policy) and that the yen will weaken. It's been a good bet since last autumn. Last week on CNBC Mark Cuban said that he's taking on the bet in a big way. Show More Summary
Mark Cuban, AXS TV co-founder, says he doesn’t think there is vulnerability in Twitter systems — but rather — the way people are using it is where the vulnerability is at. Mark Cuban on Tech Thu 25 Apr 13 | 12:45 PM ET
Inc.'s John Brandon tries out two online services that let you pay to chat with top business experts. Imagine you could schedule a call with serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban or social-media guru Gary Vaynerchuk anytime you need business advice. Show More Summary
The online video network for AOL-owned news publication Huffington Post, HuffPost Live, has signed a new deal that will bring its content to cable television.
Programming from HuffPost Live, an Internet channel, will be carried for six hours a day on AXS TV, which Mark Cuban helped start.