The business themed reality series features the sharks -- tough, self-made, multi-millionaire and billionaire tycoons – who give budding entrepreneurs the chance to make their dreams come true and potentially secure business deals that could make them millionaires.
When Marcus Lemonis isn’t running his multi-billion dollar company, Camping World, he goes on the hunt for struggling businesses that are desperate for cash and ripe for a deal. In each episode, Marcus Lemonis makes an offer that’s impossible to refuse; his cash for a piece of the business and a percentage of the profits.
CNBC's “Money Talks” takes viewers inside the world of Steve Stevens, a sports handicapper who runs VIP Sports out of Las Vegas. From small-time bettors to big-time whales, this is a world built on high risk, high reward and high emotions.
Jeff Allen and Perry Barndt love to buy, fix and flip cars to turn a profit. Every car is a gamble and they are always looking for the next bet.
Curtis Dowling and his team of investigators verify the authenticity of collectibles, artwork and antiquities using innovative technology and street smarts. Is it a fake or is it worth a fortune?
It's an exclusive world filled with enormous fortunes, unimaginable extravagance and a cast of "Super Rich" characters with one thing in common -- a voracious appetite for success, status and the best of the best.
Daymond introduces us to the real sharks of the rock and roll industry - the musicians who skyrocketed the charts and built their own brand.
Joseph K. Moore made Shark Tank history when he refused Robert Herjavec's $4 million offer. Where is he now?
Ben Wood, CEO of ViewSPORT proves that one does not need a deal from the sharks to find success.
Meet the business turnaround king Marcus Lemonis. He's spending millions of his own money to save failing businesses.
Effective tactics in one deal might not work in another. Here's how one expert influenced negotiations.
A list of words and phrases that are uttered in every office, much to the chagrin of the people who have to hear them.
"$UDDEN DEATH"/ "HIP HOP HUSTLE" - NCAA basketball coaches are among the victims who get financially slam dunked in a $39 million scam out of Houston. And a wannabe rap star claims he's working with a famous Hollywood star to collect money to produce a movie about his 'gangsta' life. But there is no movie only hip-hop star livin'.
With investigators eager to confirm that Joel Salinas is running a $39 million investment fraud, he runs out of options and sets off on a final escape.
The $1.5 million raised to produce a movie was a scam. Instead Eric Jagclicic spent investor money on fancy cars, exotic pets, and more.
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