Mark Cuban thinks I'm a moron

August 2013
Finweek;8/1/2013, p46
The article offers the author's insights on the views of American entrepreneur Mark Cuban on entrepreneurs who started their businesses with a loan. The author argues against description made by Cuban on the said entrepreneurs, in which he has referred to as morons. He says that taking risks when starting a business is a tough decision made by those people who want to pursue their goals. INSET: SNAPSHOT OF A BILLIONAIRE.


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