Mark Cuban, serial entrepreneur and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, explains to Inc. president Eric Schurenberg and CNBC co-anchor Tyler Mathisen at the iCONIC Chicago conference why owning a sports team is more about community impact than financial gain.
The media portrays entrepreneurship as a glamorous, jet-setting, Ferrari-driving lifestyle. It's all about Richard Branson kiteboarding with a naked supermodel or Mark Cuban celebrating the Dallas Mavericks winning the NBA Finals. Entrepreneurship...Show More Summary
The famous entrepreneur said "the word" during an event, then said it again--just in case you weren't listening the first time.
Esports has had its fair share of detractors in recent […]
Dallas Mavericks owner and Shark Tank panelist Mark Cuban has decided to weigh in on the debate about whether eSports are "real" sports. During an interview at charity event Intel Extreme Masters, Cuban defended League of Legends and other competitive video games.Click To Continue Reading
That's pocket change for that man.
The things that come out of the mouth of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban often cause him to have to write a check, usually to the NBA. On Saturday, he was fined twice and didn’t mind a bit. Cuban, participating in a pregame interview for a match at the League of Legends show Saturday at […]
If you're like me, you know the name and face of Mark Cuban, but you probably don't know a whole lot about him. I put on my detective coat and hat and did some digging (read: Wikipedia) and found that he is a businessman, investor, film...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban took part in a League of Legends eSports game at the Intel Extreme Masters San Jose on Saturday, and as usually happens when (...)
Three commas, two f-bombs.
Mark Cuban was at the Intel Extreme Masters in San Jose to play a little League of Legends ARAM and -- well -- talk a little trash about Colin Cowherd. Speculation has been rife that Cuban is looking to buy into eSports, and he's remaining...Show More Summary
This week, Cuban praised Goodell's handling of the Deflategate scandal and applauded his ability to "take all of the bullets."
Few have applauded NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for his handling of the #DeflateGate drama. An owner from another major league sport has. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban recently praised Goodell’s work. Not necessarily for getting it right, but for taking the heat. “As an owner, it was obvious to me that it was up to…
The Dallas Mavericks attempted to go all-in last December when they traded for enigmatic point guard Rajon Rondo, but the experiment flopped when the floor general failed to fit in with the team's space-oriented scheme. Rondo also butted...Show More Summary
When 26-year-old PolarPro founder and CEO Jeff Overall walked into the pitch room in the latest episode of "Shark Tank" Season 7, he played up his heavy Southern California accent and surfer slang for the investors' amusement. But not...Show More Summary
For over a decade, the Eastern Conference has been home to fewer winning teams and legit title contenders. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban might have sensed a change in tide. The post Mark Cuban: ‘The East Is The Better Conference Right Now’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Mark Cuban says he is so over DeAndre Jordan. Theirs was a four-day courtship that was not a foundation for anything, including heartbreak. They were not lifelong friends, they never pinkie-swore to anything, there was no trust to be broken. So when Jordan backed out of his commitment to Cuban's...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban continued to shower praise on real-estate mogul Donald Trump's presidential campaign ahead of the Tuesday-night Fox Business Network Republican debate. "One, he's assertive. Two, he's not afraid to say exactly what's on his mind," Cuban said during a Fox News interview. Show More Summary
Besides bleach blonde hair, surfers are known for their ripped arms and toned abs. And now, you don't even need to live by a beach to get that surfer bod. A new fitness craze has hit the country, and even caught the attention of investor Mark Cuban: stationary surfing. Show More Summary