Lobster on wheels: Barbara Corcoran’s best deal

Is a food truck selling fresh lobster on the road to riches? Real estate mogul, Barbara Corcoran, says her best deal on "Shark Tank" is Cousins Maine Lobster. She invested $55,000 for a 15 percent stake in the company, which only had $150,000 in sales at the time. The company has now made $3.5 million since airing on "Shark Tank," and is expanding with new trucks, catering and online sales.

Catch each of the shark's best investments every Wednesday this summer on CNBC, including

Tuesdays have more bite with back-to-back episodes of "Shark Tank" on CNBC every Tuesday night at 8 p.m. & 9 p.m. ET/PT.

Meet the Sharks

  • Mark is the highly successful entrepreneur and investor who founded HDNet, Broadcast.com and MicroSolutions.

  • Barbara Corcoran parlayed a $1,000 loan into a five-billion-dollar real estate business.

  • Lori Greiner started with one idea and turned it into a multi-million dollar international brand.

Show Times

Tuesdays 8p & 9p ET

Upcoming Episodes

Tuesday, August 26 at 8p | 11p ET
NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton joins an entrepreneur in a pitch for his unique water bottle. Other pitches include an online business that can help people plan their own funeral, and a website site offering users real VIP access at the hottest nightlife events. Also, a follow-up story with Origaudio.

Tuesday, August 26 at 9p | 12a ET
An entrepreneur pitches a fragrance that claims to capture the scent of money, a woman brings in her luxury brand of soap and a man is overcome with emotion when it comes to his guitar learning system. Also, a “Mr. Mom” hopes his blue jean accessories spark an interest, and an update with Original Shrimp Burger.