How Mark Cuban Decided He Couldn't Work for Anyone Else
Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban sits down with Inc.'s Eric Schurenberg to talk about his early struggles and biggest successes, Donald Sterling and Shark Tank--and offers frank advice for other business owners.
Mark Cuban recounts two early work experiences that helped him realize he wasn't cut out to report to someone else.
After taking the initiative got him fired, Mark Cuban decided to start his own business.
When Mark Cuban started AudioNet in 1995, he was betting that audio and video would become essential parts of the internet.
Mark Cuban talks about the differences between today's economy and past bubbles.
When Mark Cuban bought the Mavericks, they were a losing franchise. His first move? Focusing on the experience of the game.
In response to the Donald Sterling controversy, Mark Cuban reflects on challenging his own prejudices.
When it comes to software, ridiculous patents are holding back innovation.
According to Mark Cuban, the single biggest thing that will help the economy is limiting the size of student loans.
Mark Cuban talks about the best--and worst--'Shark Tank' businesses he's taken on.
After giving money anonymously for the wedding of couple dealing with cancer, Mark Cuban wasn't happy that his name was revealed.
Even though Mark Cuban doesn't need to work, he loves the competition.
You know you've won when you wake up every day excited about what you're going to be doing.