11:10 PM EDT 11/18/2014
Originally posted 05/21/2014 11:10AM
He's brash, he's outspoken, he knows a thing or two about closing a deal, but who knew businessman Mark Cuban had such a handle on making a dream wedding come true?
Originally posted 04/13/2013 10:00AM
"This is my woman cave," says Jenny McCarthy, 40, of the bathroom in her penthouse apartment in the Trio Apartments in downtown Chicago. "All my friends know that if anyone calls me at night, I'm talking to them from my bathtub."
With its floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-like decor, the space allows the actress and host of a new VH1 late-night talk show to unplug from work and from her duties as a mom to son Evan, 10. McCarthy has kept the ambiance of the room muted.
Originally posted 04/10/2013 02:30PM
More than a deal or two has been made in here.
Businessman Mark Cuban – worth an estimated $2.5 billion – prefers his home office with a basic desk and work chair to a huge conference room with lavish furnishings.
"That's not really my style," Cuban tells PEOPLE. "I want to be comfortable."
Comfort is a multi-tasker's must-have, says Cuban, 54. Along with appearing on ABC's Shark Tank and investing in those start-ups, running his AXS.tv network, directing NBA'S Dallas Mavericks as owner and juggling other investment opportunities, Cuban is also an involved dad to kids Alexis, 9, Alyssa, 6, and Jake, 3 with wife Tiffany, 40.
Originally posted 11/17/2008 03:40PM
Dallas Mavericks basketball team owner Mark Cuban – who appeared on season five of Dancing with the Stars – has been charged with insider trading by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Cuban, 50, was voted off Dancing after a poor samba performance with partner Kym Johnson last year. Now he faces real-life trouble for allegedly selling shares of an Internet company days before an announcement that the company would seek financing in 2004, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The SEC claims Cuban avoided more than $750,000 in losses.
Originally posted 10/20/2004 08:00AM
Donald Trump, gloating? Hard to believe, but true.
Originally posted 06/03/2004 02:00PM
Donald Trump, step aside: Tech billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is using his Web site to offer a sneak peek of ABC's The Benefactor, his upcoming fall reality show in which he will give one lucky contestant $1 million.
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