On "Shark Tank," Geoffrey Woo and Michael Brandt, co-founders of HVMN (formerly known as Nootrobox), requested $2 million in exchange for a 5 percent stake in their business – one of the most expensive in "Shark Tank" history. The entrepreneurs have made some changes to their business since their TV debut.
When two entrepreneurs saw a lack of products on the market catering to parents of twins, they made it their mission to create the Twin Z Pillow – a pillow that helps with nursing two babies at the same time. Will the Sharks be impressed? Catch "Shark Tank" Thursdays and Fridays starting at 7P ET on CNBC.
Geoffrey Woo and Michael Brandt are in the Tank pitching their chewable coffee cubes that are made to enhance performance. But with a whopping $2 million request for a 5 percent stake in their company, the Sharks have a lot of questions for these two. Find out if a deal will be made on "Shark Tank" Friday at 9P ET on CNBC.
The automaker "delivered a strong year of earnings in a highly volatile environment in 2018," says CEO Mary Barra.
"I don't think there's any cure for aging and I don't know if it's gonna happen in my lifetime," the 60-year-old tech billionaire says.
"Essentially, you're forcing dogs into veganship whether they like it or not."
Wannabe entrepreneurs, write this down.
Shares of Boeing took a serious hit early this week.
What happens after the big pitch? Patrick McCarthy, founder of Liquid Money, talks about life after "Shark Tank" – and what he would have done differently. Catch the exclusive interview, and don't forget to tune in to "Shark Tank" Thursday at 7P ET on CNBC.
The company ranked in the top 20 on Forbes' list of the world's most valuable brands in 2018.
The founder of ChordBuddy is making it easier for music lovers to become quick guitar learners, with the help of his easy-to-follow guitar lessons. When Robert Herjavec gets a quick jam session of his own, the panel of investors are all eyes and ears. Find out if the founder walks away with a deal on "Shark Tank," Thursday 7P ET on CNBC.
The Sharks are champing at the bit to taste-test a safer alternative to raw cookie dough from The Cookie Dough Cafe. The concept sounds sweet, but will their treats be? Find out if they strike a deal with the founders on "Shark Tank," Thursday at 7P ET on CNBC.
"I definitely busted some chops, had some fun, because I earned it."
It's expensive, but it gives her peace of mind.
John Tabis, CEO and founder of The Bouqs Company, made it his mission to revolutionize the way people celebrate — with a farm-to-table online flower delivery service. On "Shark Tank" he requested $258,000 in exchange for a 3 percent stake.
The Sharks are in for a special delivery when an entrepreneur pitching his e-commerce flower delivery service stops by the Tank. Will these fresh blooms be enough to seal the deal? Find out on "Shark Tank" Friday at 7P ET on CNBC.
"You've bought a garbage bag with a string on it," "Shark Tank" star Kevin O'Leary told Mark Cuban and guest judge and Drybar founder Alli Webb.
Billy Thompson and Randy Choi are the entrepreneurs behind Thompson Tee, a clothing business that sells sweatproof apparel. On "Shark Tank" they requested $700,000 in exchange for a 7 percent stake in their company.
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.