Arlene Battishill from GoGo gear was called a “cockroach” when she appeared on “Shark Tank” in 2012. What was it like to go inside the tank?
Billy Blanks Jr. made “Shark Tank” history when he turned down a deal. Fortunately, Daymond John insisted. What is he up to now?
Shon Lees and Michael Abbaticchio, of HillBilly Brand turned love of country and outdoors into a business. Since "Shark Tank," how have they been doing?
Robert Herjavec made a $100,000 investment in return for a 10 percent of the holiday sweater company. Now they are projecting over $6 million in sales for 2014.
While he has made more than 40 investments on “Shark Tank,” which one doe he considers his best?
Barbara Corcoran says she invested $55,000 for a 15 percent stake in this lobster on wheels company. The company has now made $3.5 million since airing on "Shark Tank."
CNBC catches up with "Shark Tank" contestant Dorene Humanson, founder of The Chef in Black. She dishes on what it's like to work with Barbara Corcoran.
Mark Cuban describes his best "Shark Tank" investment to date: Simple Sugars. He made a $100,000 investment in exchange for 33 percent of the skin care company.
Nubrella's Alan Kaufman had no issues getting the attention of the "Shark Tank" panelists with his hands-free umbrella design. What is he up to now?
Lori Greiner describes her best "Shark Tank" investment to date: Scrub Daddy.
One appearance on “Shark Tank” can change everything for your business, and also make the sharks a TON of money. CNBC asks Mr. Wonderful what his best deal was.
Ben Wood, CEO of ViewSPORT, entered the tank seeking a deal but was denied. That didn't stop him.
Travis Perry appeared on "Shark Tank" hoping for funding for his guitar-training product, Chord Buddy. Now, he is raking in $2 million in annual sales.
Steve Gadlin is allergic to cats, but that didn't stop him from creating a cat-drawing business. Since going on "Shark Tank," his business has grossed over $200,000.
Daymond John says that if he had pitched FUBU to fellow panelists on "Shark Tank," he probably would have been turned away. He offers his advice for entrepreneurs.
Steve Albert of the ice cream maker The Brewer's Cow advised other entrepreneurs to have their financials straight before heading into the tank.
Litter Jewelry's founders accepted a "Shark Tank" deal with Mark Cuban and Daymond John, who said it was one of the best investments he had ever made on the show.