Julie Goldman was known for being "snarky" in the tank, but even without a deal, her business has seen success.
Shawn Davis, otherwise known as Chef Big Shake, was turned down by all the sharks, but then angel investors swam in.
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Entrepreneurs can learn by seeking advice from business owners before them - especially Marcus Lemonis of CNBC's "The Profit." With his hands in more than 100 businesses, Lemonis dispenses advice daily on social media. Here on "The Biz Fix" he answers some often-asked questions.
In NYC, food trucks have been hot, but many owners say rules and regulations are eating up profits. Marcus Lemonis weighs in.
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