The entrepreneur announced that he’s leaving the hit CNBC show. Boardroom’s Gabe Oshin looks back on some of his best bets throughout his 16-year tenure as a Shark.
@boardroom Mark Cuban, former Dallas Mavericks owner is also ending his time on Shark Tank after 16 years, and $20million invested. #markcuban #sharktank #dallasmavericks #nba ♬ original sound – Boardroom
Mark Cuban is shaking things up. The serial entrepreneur announced that he is leaving Shark Tank after 16 seasons and that he is selling his majority stake in the Dallas Mavericks, all within a 24-hour period. The sudden shifts have led many to wonder what might be next for Cuban, with people entertaining everything from a presidential run to a full-scale turn into his health policy endeavors.
However at Boardroom, it left us wondering how successful Cuban’s run was on everyone’s favorite show about investing.
Gabe Oshin dove into the numbers, and quickly realized that he’s the Shark Tank GOAT, but not for reasons that you might think. While his investments may run a net loss — and a huge L for passing on Ring, which later sold to Amazon for $1 billion — Cuban still came out on top.
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