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Shark Tank is an American reality TV show on ABC that features a panel of business executives and investors (called 'Sharks') who consider offers and listen to pitches from entrepreneurs and small business owners seeking funding for their business, products, or services. The panel includes
Barbara Corcoran, Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, Robert Herjavec, Mark Cuban, and Lori Greiner.
The outspoken Shark Tank star is anything but bullish on Bitcoin.
Falling down and pulling yourself back up only makes you more kickass at business and in life, the Shark Tank star says.
If you dont 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.
Force them to save and kick them out after they graduate from college, especially if you're rich, he says.
With a few carefully chosen words, brands can avoid this common error.
The production company Ten Thirty One, which puts on Halloween-inspired interactive events, landed $2 million from Mark Cuban and is poised for expansion.
The millionaire mom of two says the first step is not to step in too much, especially when it comes to getting good grades. Also, let your kid fall so she can learn how to pick herself up.
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.
She may look like a pro now, but Corcoran used to be 'horribly afraid' to get out in front of people and speak.
The millionaire real-estate mogul doesnt let dyslexia hold her back. She uses it to fuel her famously feisty entrepreneurial fire.
For this billionaire entrepreneur, work is the breakfast of champions.
But it sure makes life easier, the self-made billionaire says. Why? With it comes freedom.
If you go after the billionaire 'Shark Tank' star, prepare to get clobbered. He's in it to win it, whatever it takes.
WayFounder has come up with a route for inventors to bring their concepts to market.
Men and women alike will take inspiration and encouragement reading the particular challenges these entrepreneurs overcame.
Surinder Singh, the founder of Jugglebox, a company that supplies plastic boxes for movers, pitched to the 'Shark Tank' producers at a recent casting call at Columbia Business School.
Check out what these seven entrepreneurs learned from their summer jobs, and let us know what your early jobs taught you about business.
Scott Salyers, the supervising casting producer for ABCs hit show, offers tips for pitching investors.
Startup life is fraught with peril, but it's one space where prior experience really helps. These business owners share how their business expertise evolved.
It helps to have some experts in your corner. Learn how to assemble your own review team of mentors who will provide unbiased, experienced advice.
The serial entrepreneur and investor explains how company plans should be framed around customer needs -- and his sartorial choices.
Rugged Events snagged a cool $1.75 million investment from Mark Cuban. Here are co-founder Rob Dickens' top tips for other hopeful entrepreneurs.
The founders of Cinnaholic want to make their customizable cinnamon rolls a national brand. Here's how they snagged $200,000 on 'Shank Tank.'
Mandy Calara created an online crowdfunding platform that lets the friends, family and community of potential franchisees become investors.
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