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The deals the 'Shark Tank' sharks regret never taking: Part 2
Mark Cuban says one deal he regrets not doing was with John Tabis' Bouqs Company.
Meet 'Shark Tank' kid entrepreneurs Mikaila Ulmer and Mo Bridges: Part 3
Mikaila Ulmer introduced the sharks to her lemonade, while Mo Bridges promoted his ties.
The one 'Shark Tank' deal Mark Cuban regrets not making
When founder John Tabis brought The Bouqs Company to ABC’s “Shark Tank” in 2014, it seemed that all the “sharks” hated the product. “We all passed on it,” shark Robert Herjavec told ABC News. Watch the full story on ABC News "20/20" -- "Shark Tank on 20/20" -- THIS FRIDAY at 10 p.m. ET The Bouqs
Sharks and 'Shark Tank's' most frustrating, yet successful entrepreneur on who was the bigger fish
Copa Di Vino founder James Martin isn’t bothered by the fact that the “sharks” of ABC's "Shark Tank" don’t have fond memories of his two infamous appearances on the hit entrepreneurial reality show. That’s because, despite walking away from the sharks’ offers twice and being known as one of the
Mansion in DC suburbs destroyed by large fire
Time now for the "Index." And we start with a huge inferno in a Virginia mansion caught on camera. Flames shooting through the roof of the house in the D.C. Suburbs. Smoke alarms able to alert the family to the fire. Six people escaping safely. Firefighters rescuing two dogs that were inside.
NBA stars help repair tornado damage in New Orleans
Fans are looking forward to the NBA All-Star game while the players are focusing on more than just the game.
Marc Cuban wears no. 46 jersey during NBA game in apparent nod to Trump feud
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban took his longtime feud with President Trump to the basketball court Friday night, donning a No. 46 jersey during the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at New Orleans' Mercedes-Benz Superdome. With Trump being the 45th president of the U.S., Cuban's attire seemed to be a
Brazil's Oscar Schmidt dips toes into NBA -- as celebrity
NEW ORLEANS -- Oscar Schmidt finally dipped his toes in the NBA. The Brazilian basketball great and five-time Olympian joined a parade of retired NBA stars, current WNBA players, team owners, celebrity musicians and television personalities at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game at the Mercedes-Benz
Mark Cuban takes apparent jab at Donald Trump with No. 46 jersey
NEW ORLEANS Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wore a No. 46 jersey in Friday night's NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, an apparent response to President Donald Trump's recent tweet that Cuban is "not smart enough to run for president." A source told ESPN before the celebrity game that Cuban's jersey
Zaza Pachulia, Justin Bieber, Macedonian Twitter bots and the insanity of NBA All-Star voting
IF THE GOLDEN State Warriors are built around a Big Four, Zaza Pachulia might be the fifth. Now in his 14th season, Pachulia has never averaged more than 12 points per game. His style of play? The opposite of glitzy. In other words, he'd be incredibly out of place in the NBA All-Star Game. Yet when