The Sharks are all successful entrepreneurs, providing valuable insight and feedback to the contestants that enter the tank each week. Their advice applies to you as well.
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Current contestant Brandi Glanville on the Donald Trump-hosted show shows insights that apply to running any kind of business.
British chef Gordon Ramsay supposedly turns things around for these business owners every episode, but they go out of business anyway. Here's an explanation.
Brand partnerships can be a goldmine for today's biggest YouTubers. But 22-year-old Connor Franta, who boasts a digital footprint of 5 million followers, would much rather build brands of his own.
Ramona Singer is known as one of the "Real Housewives of New York" on Bravo. She is also a hell of an inspirational entrepreneur.
The former star of The Real Housewives of New York City slowly built up a name that she now uses for many products.
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Do you walk around asking potential clients 'What can I do to win your business?' Don't.
The outspoken Shark Tank star is anything but bullish on Bitcoin.
If you don't come clean, you might not come away with investors' money, the celebrity branding expert says.
The 'nicest' Shark says that with great success comes great sacrifice -- specifically downtime. The one exception he has to make: his kids.
Class, comfort and swagger. Some things never go out of style, except for this big business fashion faux pas that Kevin O'Leary and Daymond John say you should avoid.
The millionaire real-estate mogul doesn't let dyslexia hold her back. She uses it to fuel her famously feisty entrepreneurial fire.
…But it sure makes life easier, the self-made billionaire says. Why? With it comes freedom.
Reports of its death have been greatly exaggerated, say the duo behind one of the nation's leading cupcakeries.
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