On Friday, a judge shot down a New Jersey law that would have allowed sports betting, to the satisfaction of the four major American sports leagues, all of which opposed it—and all of which profit immensely from bettors' interest. As Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said of every owner and executive, including himself, "we're the world's biggest hypocrites." Read more...
a week after the NBA commissioner an op-ed lobbying the government to authorize betting on pro sports, Mark Cuban wonders how leagues like the NFL will adapt in the coming years.
Barbara Corcoran, an investor on "Shark Tank," tells us what really happens between investors on the hit TV show, and how Mark Cuban makes his investment decisions. Produced by Justin Gmoser. Originally published in November 2013. Follow BI Video: On Facebook SEE ALSO: Here's How Much You Have To Buy To Make Amazon Prime Worth It Join the conversation about this story »
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver recently expressed public support for sports wagering. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has now echoed Silver’s view that the time has come for legalized gaming on America’s various athletic games. “I agree 100 percent,” Cuban said Saturday, via Tim MacMahon of ESPNDallas.com. “I think we’re the world’s biggest hypocrites when we…
Shark Tank introduced a new shark last night, GoPro founder and billionaire Nick Woodman, the best new addition since Mark Cuban, and also featured a contentious, emotional pitch over a product called Kitchen Safe. But it was an update in the middle of the show that was the most surprising. The founders of Tipsy Elves, a company... read more »
The Dallas Mavericks have always been ahead of the field in advanced statistics and technology. They were one of the first teams in the NBA to install SportsVU cameras in their arena to track player movements throughout the course of the game. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers notched their second win of the season Tuesday, defeating the Atlanta Hawks due to an all-around team effort. Kobe Bryant took fewer attempts, Carlos Boozer finally stepped up, Jeremy Lin was on fire, and NickShow More Summary
The Mavericks' outspoken owner said some interesting things about the Lakers during a radio show on Tuesday, though he was being facetious and has said similar things about other teams. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has never been one to shy away from the chance to say something that turns heads. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban didn’t mince words when asked about the fate of the Los Angeles Lakers during a sports radio interview. Cuban, naturally, wishes nothing but the worst […] The post Mark Cuban Hopes the Lakers ‘Suck Forever’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Mark Cuban is known for speaking his mind, as well as not always comporting himself in quite as dignified manner as one might expect from a team owner. Cuban was at it again Tuesday, when he told a Los Angeles host that he hoped the Lakers “suck forever.” The Mavericks owner was a guest on “The […]
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Entrepreneur, NBA team owner, and Shark Tank star Mark Cuban has this to say about Net Neutrality and the push to regulate the Internet under Title II of he Telecommunications Act: "The government will fuck the the Internet up." He also...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban is not a fan of President Obama's plan for the internet. He's been bashing plans to regulate the internet, and questioning other people who support it. Over email we asked him about the potential for small companies to be...Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban hasn’t been shy about ripping the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell for how they handled the issue of domestic violence. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Cuban offered constructive suggestions for how pro sports — not just the NFL — can deal with athletes who are abusive. Obviously, there […]
Ocho, a new video app, launched Tuesday and announced $1.65 million in funding from Mark Cuban, Bill Lohse’s Social Starts and General Assembly co-founder Matt Brimer. The app’s founders say they started with an idea of what YouTube would look like had it been designed for mobile and went from there. Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban gushed about Dirk Nowitzki in a new interview with Rolling Stone. He said the dumb luck of having Dirk was one of the main reasons he has been a successful owner, and praised the 36-year-old forward's work ethic. Show More Summary
In this week’s “Masters in Business” podcast, I talk with Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, co-founder of Broadcast.com and a regular on ABC’s “Shark Tank.” The self-made billionaire is outspoken about, well, everything. He sits in the stands with the fans at Mavericks games, yells at the refs and gets big fines, too....Read More
With smartphones getting bigger and bigger and advertisers turning their attentions to the medium, it’s no surprise that new social networks are popping up that focus entirely on video. Ocho, a new social network launching today on iOS, is announcing that it has raised $1.65 million in funding from Mark Cuban among other investors. The […]
Mark Cuban wrapped up his jury duty by reaching a verdict in the one day trial... and then shouting out his fellow jurors on Instagram.As we told you... Cuban was selected for a Dallas jury in a civil lawsuit over a car accident -- ...
Billionaire investment titan Mark Cuban believes that an insider trading investigation launched by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) doomed his efforts to own a Major League Baseball team. Cuban, already the owner of the Dallas...Show More Summary