Brash billionaire Mark Cuban took to Twitter Tuesday to defend Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton from allegations that the Clinton Foundation was involved in a sort of "pay to play" while she was serving as secretary of state. His main...Show More Summary
During this U.S. election season, a diverse group of business leaders - including Charles Koch, Warren Buffett, Meg Whitman and Mark Cuban - have taken a stand against the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump. Usually CEOs are more cautious when it comes to politics, but this election is anything but usual. Show More Summary
The billionaires clashed on Twitter over the presidential candidates' economic plans.
Billionaires Mark Cuban and Carl Icahn clashed on Twitter Monday over the economic platforms proposed by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The back-and-forth started early Monday morning when Cuban, the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks...Show More Summary
Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro has marked his 90th birthday by taking a sideswipe at US President Barack Obama. Mr Castro, who stepped down as president in 2006 due to ill health and appointed his brother Raul in his place, also used the occasion to lambast America for its repeated attempts to assassinate him during […]
The former Cuban president turned 90 Saturday, marking the occasion with a thank you to his fellow islanders — especially his doctors.
Fidel Castro thanked Cubans for their tributes to mark his 90th birthday on Saturday in a meandering column carried by state-run media in which the iconic leftist revolutionary also lambasted old foe United States. Cuba went into overdrive...Show More Summary
Salesforce is bringing a "Shark Tank" style pitching event involving billionaire investors Mark Cuban and Chris Sacca to this year's Dreamforce, its huge blockbuster annual conference held in downtown San Francisco. The event, called "Dreampitch," will give three lucky startups a chance to pitch in front of Cuban and Sacca. Show More Summary
Brash billionaire Mark Cuban argued on Wednesday that polls would not be a good indicator of the 2016 election outcome. "This election will be determined by the battle of science vs anger," the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and star of ABC's "Shark Tank" tweeted. Show More Summary
A few weeks ago, I shared great news: Breeze, the Mark Cuban backed rideshare loans company that lied to attract new users, was going out of business. Or, as the company put it, they were pivoting away from offering their own autoloans...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON, DC - MAY 11: Mark Cuban, investor on TV show 'Shark Tank' & owner of the Dallas Mavericks, speaks during an event to recognize emerging global entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs from across the U.S. and around the world participated, ahead of President Obama's travel to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Kenya, [...]
Going on ABC's "Shark Tank" is a big publicity event that can immediately supercharge your business. But making a pitch in front of five celebrity investors can also be tremendously nerve-wracking. Tower Paddle Boards CEO Stephan Aarstol...Show More Summary
Donald Trump now suggests that he will be defeated in a rigged election, but with prominent businessmen, independents, and Republicans, including Michael Bloomberg, Mark Cuban, Henry Paulson, Brent Scowcroft, and Richard Armitage declaring...Show More Summary
Who better to tackle a global issue than a set of fearless entrepreneurs?
Members of the ultra-wealthy such as Mark Cuban, Warren E. Buffett and Michael R. Bloomberg are finding varied roles in a campaign focused in part on income inequality.
The Olympics have celebrated both physical ability and the strength of the human spirit for 120 years, and Latinos athletes have certainly left their mark along the way. It all started with a 17-year-old Cuban fencer at the 1900 Paris Olympics, the first Latin American to ever win a medal at the international event. Show More Summary
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Mark Cuban used a football analogy to rip into Donald Trump on Tuesday on Twitter. The brash billionaire tweeted, ".@realDonaldTrump's situational awareness is so bad he would punt on 1st down. Every possession." On Tuesday, as President...Show More Summary
The GOP candidate is being goaded reality-TV style by Warren Buffett and Mark Cuban to disclose his IRS returns. At stake isn't just whether he paid enough as with Mitt Romney. Rather, Trump's billionaire bona fides are in question despite an election pegged on income inequality.