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These 11 entrepreneurs built their fortunes from ventures that started out as part-time gigs, but not all of them gave up their day jobs.
CEOs from Apple's Tim Cook to FUBU's Daymond John shared stories and advice on leadership, adversity, and success.
An entrepreneur who landed a $250,000 offer on ‘Shark Tank’ was thrilled when a Shark said her company ‘sucks’ and questioned ...
When she appeared on "Shark Tank" pitching the Pop Pacifier, Nicki Radzely, a cofounder of Doddle & Co., was told her company "sucks" by Daymond John. She's glad he said that — and she went on to win $250,000 from Kevin O'Leary.
‘Shark Tank’ founders who were called ‘sock cockroaches’ on national TV prepared answers to about 300 questions before they ev...
Before their appearance on "Shark Tank" in 2014, the cofounders of sock company Bombas rehearsed their answers to all questions and potential follow-up questions from the Sharks. Ultimately, they scored a $200,000 deal with Daymond John.
The ‘Shark Tank’ founders who were called ‘sock cockroaches’ on national TV before landing a $200,000 deal have become one of ...
When the founders of sock company Bombas appeared on "Shark Tank," they didn't take the investors' insults personally. Instead, they knew it was all in the name of good TV. Ultimately, they landed a deal with Daymond John.
Daymond John said his mom was crucial to FUBU's success and was his main inspiration to work hard.
3 of the 6 ‘Shark Tank’ investors are dyslexic — and they credit it for their success as entrepreneurs
"Shark Tank" sharks Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, and Kevin O'Leary are all dyslexic, but consider it an advantage in business.
"Shark Tank" star Daymond John's goal-setting allows him to always be aware of what needs the most attention in both his professional and personal lives.
‘Shark Tank’ investor Daymond John landed a deal that helped him make $30 million by taking out a newspaper ad
In 1996, "Shark Tank" star Daymond John used a newspaper ad to bring his company FUBU to the international stage through a distribution deal with Samsung.
Before Daymond John became a millionaire investor on ‘Shark Tank,’ he was waiting tables at Red Lobster and talking his way onto LL Cool J...
Daymond John talks about founding the hip-hop fashion line FUBU and becoming a TV star on the hit show "Shark Tank."