Mark Cuban

We found the most current info about Mark Cuban. Enjoy it, ok?

Mark Cuban Admits He's 'Prejudiced, Bigoted' in Candid Interview

23 May 2014 | 12:37 am Billionaire Mark Cuban Admits He Sees Age, Gender in People–abc-news-topstories.html

Mark Cuban to vote on Sterling's fate

23 May 2014 | 12:07 am Dallas Mavericks owner, while urging people to be tolerant, apologizes to Trayvon Martin's parents for remarks about judging people with hoodies or tattoos.

Is Mark Cuban right about the pervasiveness of prejudice?

23 May 2014 | 12:01 am The Dallas Mavericks owner ignites a firestorm with candid comments on his own biases.

Mark Cuban Apologizes to Trayvon Martin's Family for 'Hoodie …

22 May 2014 | 10:23 pm Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban got in some hot water today for saying that, beyond Donald Sterling, everyone has their own little inner prejudices that they just instinctively, irrationally act on. He admitted, If I see a black …

Mark Cuban APOLOGIZES to Trayvon Martin's Family |

22 May 2014 | 9:18 pm Mark Cuban has just issued an apology to the family of Trayvon Martin … claiming he wasn't thinking to consider Martin's family when he mentioned a

The Story About NBA Team Owner Mark Cuban's Comments on …

22 May 2014 | 7:05 pm On Thursday, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban lashed out at a sports website for its characterization of comments he made about race and bigotry. .@DaveFinocchio when are you going to take responsibility for the lazy, …

Click here for more information about 'Mark Cuban'.

7 Responses to Mark Cuban

  • Kyle says:

    What Would Cause Mark Cuban To Cross The Street When A Young Black Male In A Hoody Is Approaching Him? Don’t you agree that you should walk into all neighborhoods color blind and treat everyone equal?

  • Bradnon says:

    Do You Think The New Yahoo! Video Will Be A Real YouTube Competitor? Even if it takes 10 years to do so…Do you think it will ever become a real YouTube competitor?

    After all…Yahoo did buy AudioNet/ from Mark Cuban for 1 BILLION DOLLARS. Maybe they know what they’re doing now?

  • Erick says:

    What Career Should I Choose? 20yo Male I Do Not Have Any Interest In Anything And Have Completed My Basics So I Need To Choose Something? Hello guys, I am a 20 year old male and am graduating with an associates degree in a week. I’m done with my basics and now I have to choose a major! I don’t have interest in engineering, computers, being a doctor, or anything really. I don’t hate these careers but I have no interest in them. In my spare time I go to the gym, play basketball, and watch basketball and movies on TV. The rest of my time I go to school. I really want to be a millionaire badly, I spend countless hours watching Mark Cuban and warren buffet etc interviews, investing videos, real estate advice, etc on YouTube and love watching Shark Tank. So what do you think is best for me? Since I know I love money I think maybe I should just get a Bachelors in petroleum engineering (or at least attempt it) since it has the highest starting salary amongst 4 year degrees. I constantly hear that you must pick a career you love, from people I talk to and even bill gates and those guys themselves on the internet. However, I truly feel like I have no love for anything. Except basketball, but there’s no chance at an nba career. What career do you think I should choose? Or maybe do you think I should go for a masters in something that can leave my options open? Thank you very much if you help out (:

  • Yes We Can says:

    Do You Agree With Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban On The Don Sterling NBA Matter? “In no uncertain terms am I supporting what Donald Sterling said, or his position,” Cuban said. “He’s obviously racist, he’s obviously bigoted. And in this day and age when you’re in the public eye you’ve got to be damn careful — if that’s your position and that’s unfortunately where you’re at — you better be damn careful what you say, even in the privacy of your own home.

    “But regardless of your background, regardless of the history they have, if we’re taking something somebody said in their home and we’re trying to turn it into something that leads to you being forced to divest property in any way, shape or form, that’s not the United States of America. I don’t want to be part of that.”

    “In this country, people are allowed to be morons,” Cuban said Monday night in Dallas’ locker room before Game 4 of the Mavericks’ playoff series against San Antonio. “They’re allowed to be stupid. They’re allowed to think idiotic thoughts …. Within an organization like the NBA, we try to do what’s in the best interest of the league and that’s why we have a commissioner and a constitution and I think Adam [Silver] will be smart and deal with Donald with the full extent available.

    “But, again, if you’re saying a blanket, ‘Let’s kick him out?’ I don’t want to go that far because it’s not about Donald, it’s not about his position, it’s about his mess — and what are we going to make a decision

  • Giovanni says:

    Can I Ask An Investor To Help Me Pay For College? PLEASE TAKE TIME TO READ THIS: I have had somewhat of a hard life. I never really had alot of money and still dont. My life goal is to become a professional Track athlete. I have already chosen one of the best schools for it too, University of Oregon. I know I have potential to become an alum there and possibly an athlete, but I could never come up with the money to pay my way through college, unless I joined the military, and ther paid for it, which I don’t want to do (for specific reasons). Would it be possible for me to write a letter to someone such as Bill Gates or Mark Cuban asking them to help me pay for college and if I hit it big I could pay them back some day. Just wanted to know if this could be done.

    • Curator says:

      There’s no harm in trying, but you may have better luck if you choose less well known people. Billionaires have to deal with thousands of people begging them for money every day for every possible need. They can’t devote their entire day to reading these letters, and it’s very distressing to hear from so many desperate people, so most set up foundations to deal with charity requests. They pick causes they want to support, and all requests for donations have to go through the foundation and meet the parameters that are set up. For example, education is one of the causes that Bill Gates supports, but it’s done through a rather famous scholarship competition: the Gates Millennium. If you send a letter asking for help for your education, it’s very unlikely that Bill Gates will ever see it, because an administrative assistant will read it first and –it you receive a reply at all–you’ll be directed to apply for the scholarship.

      If you’re looking for an individual to support your college aspirations, you would do better to look for someone of more modest means from your own community, who is more likely to take a personal interest in your future, and is less likely to have requests from thousands of students.

      But, honestly, most wealthy people frown on this sort of thing. You will probably be more successful if you direct your efforts to finding and applying for scholarships which are, after all, the most common way that wealthy people and organizations use to support students.

Leave a Reply

Don’t Miss Anything!
Subscribe now!

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner


The breaking news and utilities available here are free for now. If I get enough donations, I will keep it that way.