The founders of Thompson Tee are in the Tank pitching their anti-sweat stain clothing company. Will they impress the Sharks and walk away with a life-changing deal? Find out on "Shark Tank" Sunday at 10P ET on CNBC.
Steve Jobs' advice to Stanford grads was resolute: "You've got to find what you love." But there is a counterpoint that has been echoed by some very successful people.
The founder of Petnostics is in the Tank pitching his testing kit that helps keep pet parents aware of their animal's health. After he demonstrates how the at-home urine test works, the Sharks can't help but break out into laughter. Will he land himself a life-changing deal? Find out on "Shark Tank" Thursday at 10P ET on CNBC.
"People can get very upset when the outcome is not what they anticipated," says Kevin O'Leary.
Serial entrepreneur and NYU professor Scott Galloway reveals his best advice for success at work and at home.
Brenda Coffman of Blondie's Cookies has made significant strides since her pitch on "Shark Tank." Catch the exclusive interview, and don't miss "Shark Tank" Thursday's and Friday's starting at 7P ET on CNBC.
Coca-Cola is a "safety stock," says Jim Cramer. "That's what's worth owning."
Two animal lovers are in the Tank pitching PrideBites, a business that allows dog owners to design personalized products for their pups. Will the Sharks be convinced? Find out on "Shark Tank" Thursday at 9P ET.
The founder of Psi Bands tries to land funding for her stylish nausea-relief wrist bands.
The guys behind Clean Cube, a digital doorman service based in New York City, pitch their convenient system that offers laundry, mini-storage, dry-cleaning, and package delivery. Will the founders get a stamp of approval from the Sharks, or will they give them the boot?
PepsiCo will sponsor the Super Bowl halftime show.
After experiencing morning sickness during her pregnancies, Romy Taormina made it her mission to build a brand of acupressure wrist bands that wouldn't forfeit fashion for function. Find out if this "Nausea Relief Chief" walks away with a life-changing deal on "Shark Tank" Tuesday at 8P ET.
Forget which you like better. Which company would have made you more money?
Not even a book on tape.
LugLess' Brian Altomare hopes to convince the panel on "Shark Tank" that his door-to-door luggage shipping service is worth investing in.
Apollo Peak's Pinot Meow isn't your typical glass of wine – it's liquid catnip for feline friends and the Sharks are stunned by the concept! Will this cat wine connoisseur land himself a business deal? Don't miss "Shark Tank" weeknights starting at 7P ET on CNBC.
Brian Altomare of LugLess made it his mission to make traveling a little easier – and lighter. Altomare is in the Tank to pitch his door-to-door luggage shipping service, so vacationers can begin their adventure as soon as they leave their homes. Don't miss his pitch on "Shark Tank" at 5P ET on CNBC.
Shares are up about 8 percent from market lows in December.
Ryan Carpenter, founder of Moberi, pitches his Portland-based bike-blending smoothie bar on "Shark Tank," seeking a $50,000 investment.
The Vanguard Group founder, who was worth $80 million, regularly donated half his salary, according to The New York Times, but he still wasn't fully satisfied.