Kombucha can be expensive – and this "Shark Tank" entrepreneur is making it her mission to offer an affordable alternative. With her at-home kombucha brewing kit, Kate Field set out to nix the pricey dilemma, all while making the experience easy and fun. Field took the product to "Shark Tank," seeking $350,000 for a 10% stake.
Dallas Mavericks center Boban Marjanovic, one of the NBA's tallest players at 7 feet 3 inches, is reuniting with a former teammate to sell oversized blankets.
Kate Field is in the tank pitching her at-home kombucha brewing kit – with the help of an unsightly prop that gets the Sharks going! Will she walk out with a deal? Catch the sneak peek and don't miss the full pitch on Wednesday at 9P ET on CNBC.
The CEO and founder of BoxLuck is giving a peace of mind to people everywhere by protecting package deliveries. Will his smart lock service ultimately get him to lock down a deal? Catch the first 7 minutes of the pitch and don't miss episodes of "Shark Tank" Season 10, Wednesdays at 9P ET on CNBC.
The top 5 most delicious food pitches from "Shark Tank" Season 10 – revealed! Catch the mashup and don't miss episodes of "Shark Tank" Wednesdays at 9P ET on CNBC.
When TaDah Foods founder John Sorial appeared on Sunday's night episode of "Shark Tank," he got offers from two investors — and faced a "feeding frenzy" of the sharks.
If he were to enter his name into the 2020 race, Cuban would run as an independent, he has said before.
Designer Danh Tran is making it his mission to bring comfort back into menswear with his line of dress shirts made of 100% cotton. Tran pitched the company Buttercloth to "Shark Tank," seeking $250,000 for a 10% stake.
"We choke off the supply and we stop funding their nonsense," CNBC's Jim Cramer tweets.
Danh Tran is in the Tank pitching Buttercloth, an exceptionally soft dress shirt that looks sophisticated – but feels like your favorite T-shirt. Catch the sneak and don't miss the CNBC premiere of Season 10 of "Shark Tank" Wednesday, October 2 at 9P ET.
It's never a dull moment in the Tank! Catch these 5 wacky pitches and don't miss the CNBC premiere of "Shark Tank" Season 10 Wednesday, October 2 at 7P ET.
Logan Riley, the founder of RokBlok, set out to invent the "world's smallest, portable record player" to eliminate some of the inconveniences that come with vintage record players. Riley went on "Shark Tank," asking for $300,000 in exchange for a 15 percent stake.
Vintage record players have stood the test of time for major music enthusiasts, but the experience still has its downfalls. That's where RokBlok comes in. The "world's smallest, portable record player" allows users to listen to vinyl anywhere. Watch the full "Shark Tank" pitch Sunday at 7P ET on CNBC.
Billionaire tech entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star Mark Cuban tweeted his advice on money, career and life for millennials who are worried about an impending recession.
The founder of Avocaderia pitches his all-avocado bar on "Shark Tank," and the investors are impressed! Will a life-changing deal be made? Find out on "Shark Tank" Wednesday at 9P ET on CNBC.
Howie Busch, founder of DudeRobe, was never a fan of bathrobes. That is, until he reengineered the post-shower staple to look like sweatpants and hoodies. Busch pitched the company to "Shark Tank," seeking $150,000 in exchange for an 18% stake.
Howie Busch never dubbed himself as a "robe guy." That is, until he re-engineered the post-shower staple. Find out if he lands a deal on "Shark Tank" Sunday at 10P ET on CNBC.
Self-made billionaire Tom Steyer is running for President of the United States in 2020, and the ultra-successful entrepreneur and financier drives a Chevy Volt, which start at about $33,000.
"Shark Tank" companies are "an amazing index on America's economy because they're almost in every state, in every sector," says "Mr. Wonderful."
Neil Hoffman, founder and CEO of The Mensch on a Bench, talks lessons learned and emergency back-up plans from his time on "Shark Tank."