An American version of the British hit "Dragon's Den." Struggling entrepreneurs are forced to present their business proposals to five multi-millionaire tycoons in hopes of receiving the investment needed to make their ideas a reality.
Named a winner of the GQ "Men of the Year" in 2006 and included in the New York Times Magazine's "Year in Ideas," Mark is recognized as being among the most influential people in both the cable and sports industries.
Mark may be best known for his purchase of the Dallas Mavericks on January 4, 2000. Under his leadership, the team's home games have become a total entertainment experience. Despite initial criticism, he added much more to the usual game-day experience by introducing original video content, advanced technology and unique entertainment options like the Mavericks ManiAACs. His successful efforts have brought a sense of pride and passion to the fans.
Prior to his purchase of the Mavericks, Mark co-founded Broadcast.com, the leading provider of multimedia and streaming on the Internet. Broadcast.com was sold to Yahoo! Inc. in July 1999. MicroSolutions, a leading national systems integrator, was co-founded by Mark and partner Martin Woodall in 1983 and later sold to CompuServe.
Mark Cuban Quotes
|Season 7 / Episode 29: - Episode 29|
Maneesh Sethi - Entrepreneur: I would take an offer from anybody besides Mr. Wonderful.
Kevin O'Leary: Maneesh, you're an asshole. Get the fuck out of here.
Mark Cuban: Oh!
Maneesh Sethi - Entrepreneur: Um, okay. Well, if you- are you all out?
Kevin O'Leary: Fuck you.
|Season 7 / Episode 13: - Week 13: Spretz, ezpz, Hungry Harvest, Controlled Chaos|
Lindsey - Entrepreneur: Today I am seeking 1 million dollars for a 5 percent stake in my company.
Robert Herjavec: Wow.
Mark Cuban: Daaaang!
Kevin O'Leary: Thanks for coming!
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