An entrepreneur’s pitch on “Shark Tank” that supposedly calmed people down got judges Mark Cuban and Richard Branson into a heated exchange after the former called the contestant a “gold digger.”
The tense moment was on the premiere episode of the show’s Season 9, which aired on Sunday at ABC.
Maneesh Sethi is the CEO of “Pavlok,” a wristband device designed to help you wean off bad habits like smoking or nail biting.
Pavlok works by shocking you through a push of a button every time you succumb to a bad habit. This is a form of aversion therapy
Billionaires don’t take kindly to people who bash on their T.V. shows as one Silicon Valley investor learned after suggesting that the iconic show “Shark Tank” was a waste of time for entrepreneurs.
Paul Graham is one of Silicon Valley’s defining venture capitalists and co-founder of Y Combinator, the elite startup accelerator program with a low acceptance rate that birthed startups like Airbnb and Dropbox.
With the total for the Powerball jackpot being over $1.5 billion, the entire country is on edge waiting for the next drawing. Meanwhile, some wise (and not so wise) advice has come to light on what people should do if they win the lottery.
Mark Cuban, Shark Tank judge and billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, recently gave his opinion on what the next winner should do if they want to hold on to their money. His advice is very similar to one redditor’s advice, though some points are definitely different.
Your Bro’s A Billionaire: What Problems Could You Have….?
I get that statement/question on a fairly regular basis in social media when I talk about my mental health issues. I also get the fairly regular “you live off your brother’s coattails” comment or some variation.
“Shark Tank” investor and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban claimed on Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time” that he heard Ahmed Mohamed’s sister giving him answers during their phone conversation. Mohamed is the 14-year-old student who was arrested last week for bringing what his teacher thought was a bomb but was actually a homemade clock. Cuban said of his interaction with Mohamed:
The world of hip-hop seems expensive with its flashy chains, exotic whips, massive cribs and sexy chicks, but a new rapper that goes by the name of Lil Dicky created a new hit music video without spending a dime. His song is called “Save That Money,” and it parodies the lifestyle of big-time rappers. Check it out above.
Billionaire Mark Cuban isn’t shy about sharing what he doesn’t like about his job on ABC’s hit show “Shark Tank,” where aspiring entrepreneur hope to sell part of their sometimes brilliant and sometimes idiotic ideas for lots of money.
“I hate when we have kids on,” Cuban recently revealed on “The Lowe Post” podcast.
Serial entrepreneur Mark Cuban recently dropped some sage advice for millennial graduates.
The “Shark Tank” judge and self-made billionaire reflected on his youth to give young adults some tips on having a proactive mindset, being someone people want to hire, and saving money while still enjoying the golden years of your life to Business Insider.
Mark Cuban dropped some prickly wisdom on entrepreneurs at the iCONIC Tour in Chicago: Stop asking for advice and help yourself.
Do you hear that entrepreneurs? You are all just a bunch of babies looking for mentors to hold your hand. It’s time you grew a pair and learned how to handle the struggle of growing a startup yourself. Cuban, though, explained it all a bit more diplomatically:
I had a dream that I came home and found Mark Cuban sitting at my home computer, clicking through my old Facebook pics and deleting them.
A lot of us probably tell ourselves we will never be starstruck if we ever meet an idol or celebrity, but some of us just can’t help but vomit creepy nonsense when we finally get that chance, only for said idol/celebrity to walk away frightened and thoroughly creeped out.
One incredibly unfortunate Redditor, Vohit4Rohit, will live with this internal disgrace for the rest of his life after meeting and creeping on Mark Cuban in a hotel lobby while at SXSW this week. Here is “TIFU [Today I Fucked Up] by talking to Mark Cuban.”