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I did things like having five roommates and living off of macaroni and cheese, and I was very, very frugal. I didn't have a car that cost more than $200 until I was 25, I think. It was crazy. If you don't have motive, if you don't have purpose that is shared between everyone, you will wander about. You will wobble and you will not do anything of infinite means, you will not do anything that is timeless.feedback
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Sep 16 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Mark Cuban has to say. All of Mark Cuban’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Mark Cuban came from an article called Mark Cuban says Tilman Fertitta ‘got a bargain’ buying the Houston Rockets for $2.2 billion: “I tried to run the Mavs like a startup. We brought in 10 former players to help develop our players. People laughed at me. I sat next to the bench and listened into huddles. If it made sense to be in sales and management meetings and learn how people interacted, it made sense to listen in to huddles during a game and learn.”.
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Aug 21 2017

It wasn't like I thought, Okay, I'm going to be super-rich. I valued time more than anything. I wanted enough money to be able to travel, have fun and party like a rock star, but still live like a student. That was my motivation.feedback

Aug 21 2017

I did things like having five roommates and living off of macaroni and cheese, and I was very, very frugal. I didn't have a car that cost more than $200 until I was 25, I think. It was crazy.feedback

Aug 21 2017

I've always been a fan of cold calling and while there is still a place for it in small organizations, I invested in Node because it is effectively the 'cold call killer'. Their ability to exploit corporate information combined with personal networks and web-based information to generate not just leads but well-informed connections is a game-changer. Falon is smart, driven and focused.feedback

Aug 18 2017

I had the worst possible car – those types of things. I've lived in the same house for 18 years and still have the same cars. Honestly, when I first really made a lot of money, I bought a plane. That was my all-time goal because the asset I value the most is time, and that bought me time. ... Other than the plane, which is a big splurge, I'm still a slob. Not all that much has changed.feedback

Aug 04 2017

I certainly think (sports betting) creates value for sports franchises, if only because it increases viewership and interest in individual games. Beyond that, the impact on viewership will dictate the impact on value.feedback

Jul 31 2017 - Amazon

When you're already large, it's hard to accelerate your growth.feedback

Jul 31 2017

No chance a system where you give an ins (insurance) comp $, then beg them to spend it among limited options is the way to optimize our healthcare. Single Payer is not the solution.feedback

Jul 26 2017

I don't think I'm polarizing. There are people who may not agree with me, but that's just a starting point. I would rather be someplace where people disagree with me and I can be questioned and learn from the experience then someplace where everyone agrees with me.feedback

Jul 26 2017

Obviously I knew exactly what the number was to become a billionaire. And so I am sitting there naked one morning. Naked. Bam, bam, bam, refresh, refresh. I was so much more handsome that next day. No lie.feedback

Jul 26 2017

[The price] gets up there – and then I did my little naked billionaire dance.feedback

Jul 26 2017

When I was broke, sleeping on the floor, starving – literally we would go anywhere that would give free food if you bought one beer, and I gained like 50 pounds. I was broke, fat but having fun. And then when I made all the money, my wallet changed, my bank account has changed, but my approach to having fun hasn't changed. People always say, What is your definition of success? If you can wake up in the morning with a big old smile on your face, excited about the day, you are successful, and how much money you have doesn't change any of that. That is just who you are.feedback

Jul 25 2017 - IPhone

It scares the s--- out of me. However much change you saw over the last 10 years with the iPhone, over the last 20 years with the Internet, over the last 30 years with PC's, etc., that is nothing. Nothing! Things are getting faster, processing is getting faster, machines are starting to think. And either you make them think for you or they will take your place and do the thinking for you.feedback

Jul 25 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

Montreal and Vancouver and Toronto are just kicking our a-- in artificial intelligence. So is China.feedback

Jul 25 2017

So it's not so much robots – Rosy the Robot is going to take your job – so much as it is the types of thinking you will do, the types of consulting, the type of valuations. It's all going to change.feedback

Jul 25 2017

If you are in a job where you have to think, you need to start paying attention, because I guarantee you, your employer is trying to figure out ways to use technology and use neural networks to do a lot of the thinking that employees currently are doing. If you have spreadsheets in your job, ... now, the networks can do all that for you. And if they can go through 10 zillion iterations, they will come up with things we can't.feedback

Jul 24 2017

We said, This new internet thing, there's got to be a way to be able to listen to ... sporting events.feedback

Jul 24 2017

My first business was going door to door selling garbage bags. Who's going to say to no a 12-year-old kid, right?feedback

Jul 24 2017

I was hustling in everything I did. Whatever it took, I was willing to do it. We started the first big-time streaming company and then that blew up. We took it public and then sold it. You've got to grind. It takes work. There are no shortcuts. There's gonna be things that upset you. There's gonna be failure and if you're not able to hustle, if you're not able to grind, you're not gonna be able to fight through those things.feedback

Jul 21 2017

Don't start a company unless it's an obsession and something you love.feedback

Jul 15 2017

I kept thinking: 'I'm not going to rehab. I'm a lawyer, lawyers don't go to rehab, they aren't in 12-step programs. Of course, half the people I know in my 12-step program are lawyers.feedback

Jul 10 2017 - Twitter

One of my favorite sayings is, it doesn't matter how many times you fail, just have to be right once. Then everybody can call you an overnight success. I've failed a company that sold powdered milk, I failed the jobs I've gotten fired from. And all those were learning experiences.feedback

Jul 09 2017

We're rebuilding. Right? There's no question about it. If we were in the East, we would not be rebuilding. We'd be handling things completely different. I think I'm going to kidnap Adam Silver and not let him out until he moves us to the Eastern Conference.feedback

Jul 09 2017

Given where we are, given where the Warriors are and what's happening in the Western Conference, it kind of sealed what we have to do.feedback

Jul 05 2017

I had nothing. So I had nothing to lose, right? It was all about going for it. I got fired because he wanted me to open up the store. It was a software retail store – I had to sweep the floor, make sure the windows were clean, make sure the store was open on time. I had a big deal I wanted to close. And I thought, Okay, I'm gonna let Michael (his name was Michael) know that I've got everything taken care of, someone's watching my shift if you will, and I'm gonna go pick up a $10,000 check. I figured when I came back he'd be thrilled to death, right? Fired me on the spot.feedback

Jul 05 2017

The good news of having had the level of success I have is obvious, but the bad side is I kinda lost that piss and vinegar. I can think of 50 businesses I could start right now ... but I don't want to give up time at home and all that. So that's kind of the trade off.feedback

Jul 05 2017

I took one computer class and cheated at it.feedback

Jul 05 2017

I had quit or been fired from three straight jobs.feedback

Jul 05 2017

But when I got one of my first jobs out of school using technology, it was like, wait, I love this. I've taught myself the program, I could go seven hours, eight hours without taking a break thinking it was 10 minutes because I was concentrating so hard and so excited and really loved it. And that's when I realized that I can be really, really good at technology.feedback

Jun 28 2017 - Unemployment

I'm willing to bet that these companies building new plants ... this will lead to fewer people being employed. People aren't going to have jobs. Automation is going to cause unemployment, and we need to prepare for it.feedback

Jun 27 2017

The good news of having had the level of success I have is obvious, but the bad side is I kinda lost that piss and vinegar. I can think of 50 businesses I could start right now based on all this, but I don't want to give up time at home and all that. So that's kind of the trade off.feedback

Jun 27 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

Whatever you are studying right now if you are not getting up to speed on deep learning, neural networks, etc., you lose. We are going through the process where software will automate software, automation will automate automation.feedback

Jun 26 2017

Knowing how to critically think and assess [situations] from a global perspective I think is going to be more valuable.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Netflix

The more you know about technology, the more experiences you've had, and the more exposures you've had to the pluses and minuses. The hard part is getting them to read. Like I love to read the newspaper. I saw my dad read the newspaper. My mom read the newspaper. And it became a normal course of keeping up with things.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Netflix

Now my daughter tries to say discovery on Snapchat is keeping up. I'm on Snapchat, I get to see the discover right? It's not the same.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Netflix

I'm not going to lie, I paid my son $150 to not watch those videos for two months. But he could earn if he watched math videos, or did math problems for me, he could earn time to watch Minecraft videos.feedback

Jun 18 2017 - Netflix

I have installed Cisco routers ... I have management software. So, it says what apps they're using so I can shut off their phone activity. I'm sneaky as can be. And she hates it. That's the downside of having a geeky dad, you know. I can figure all this stuff out.feedback

Jun 17 2017 - Tesla

I think entrepreneurs go through a process. When I was all in and I was starting companies, I would dream about work. And literally, I'd wake up and I'd have to do things ... it just consumes you.feedback

Jun 16 2017 - Uber

The Amazon Question. Can they get your groceries to you faster than you can get to the store to shop in an Uber/ Lyft world? Yes.feedback

Jun 14 2017 - SpaceX

It encouraged me to think as an individual, take risks to reach my goals and [claim] responsibility for my successes and failures.feedback

Jun 14 2017

He was more interested in the show, and he would never go on sales calls.feedback

Jun 14 2017

I figured when I came back he'd be thrilled to death, right? Fired me on the spot.feedback

Jun 14 2017

I sold software and I got fired. Literally back then I was buying clothes from a used clothing store, because they had used polos that they would redo, and my suits were two-for-$99 polyester suits. You didn't have to dry-clean them, you just ran through the rain a few times.feedback

Jun 14 2017

When you're 22, 23, 24, there's no such thing as failure.feedback

Jun 12 2017

I think entrepreneurs go through a process. When I was all in and I was starting companies, I would dream about work. And literally, I'd wake up and I'd have to do things ... it just consumes you. And I think entrepreneurs go through that process; creative people go through that process. Before I go to bed, I can put my phone [down] and not worry about having to pick it up in the middle of the night and [I can] just get a good night's sleep.feedback

Jun 12 2017

If I'm sleeping six, seven hours and working out one hour, there's another 16 hours that I have access to my phone.feedback

Jun 12 2017

With access, I'm always available; I can always communicate. If I'm laying in bed watching a game, if it's halftime of a Mav's game, that's when I'll do my emails. It allows me to disconnect from whatever other things that have my attention, and it actually works out really well.feedback

Jun 12 2017

As I kind of graduated to a different facet of my life, I really don't have a problem disconnecting because there's nothing that's so pressing.feedback

Jun 12 2017

Maybe it's a bad habit. I think it's an old habit that I just haven't gotten rid of. Where, when my mind was racing so much and I needed to turn off and couldn't, it was a distraction. When I was thinking about work all the time. If there was something else on, just to distract.feedback

Jun 12 2017

I guess I go through so many emails, I've kind of become immune to that.feedback

Jun 07 2017

You can't buy it. You can't find it. You can't store it. You can't trade it. And I'm the old dad now, but having the time just to be able to enjoy my time with my family, there's nothing more valuable. It's the best reward.feedback

Jun 07 2017

You've always believed and talked about how the key to life is how wisely you use your time.feedback

Jun 07 2017

I gave up a lot personally early on to try to accomplish my goals, knowing that if I ever reach the levels of success even close to where I ended up, I was just gonna have fun.feedback

Jun 07 2017

Once I sold Broadcast, I had the money, and I was grateful for it, but what made me lucky was that I could spend time the way I wanted to. And I could start working on relationships . I could start a family, because that's when I could focus on it.feedback

Jun 02 2017

I think documenting his journey is a way for him to confirm just how far he has come.feedback

May 17 2017

I started something called the 'Rookie Club.' I'd invite senior executives to a happy hour to talk to a group of younger employees in their 20s like me. Then I went a little further. I started writing a newsletter. I did updates on current projects. I tried to inject a little humor. I thought my boss would love me for doing these things.feedback

May 17 2017

A lot of my peers at Mellon were just happy to have a job.feedback

May 17 2017

Never stop learning. Never stop grinding. Never stop loving every single minute of your life. Once you have found out what you love to do, there is only one goal. How can you be the best in the world at it? It doesn't matter if you are a filing clerk, an athlete, an accountant or a bartender. All that matters is that you do whatever you can to be the best.feedback

May 17 2017 - Social security

Back then a lot of smaller regional banks still did everything on paper. Mellon had a department that went in and converted them to computerized systems. That's what I did. I wanted to be more entrepreneurial. I took the initiative. I used to send notes to the CEO of the bank. I once cut out a magazine story about how corporations could save money by withholding Social Security and sent it to him. He sent me a thank-you letter back.feedback

May 17 2017

Everyone else uses Chinese manufacturers. We completely redesigned the boards using our own [intellectual property] and will make the boards in the States.feedback

May 17 2017

Once we were eliminated from the playoffs, we did everything possible to lose games. Once a guy walks on the court, they're going to play their heart out. Particularly the young guys because they have something to prove.feedback

May 16 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

In order for machine learning, deep learning, etc. to be effective and work the most quickly, the more data that is tagged and defined and labeled correctly the quicker everything goes. The equivalent of low-end skilled labor today... will be labeling and tagging data. It's going to be the job of the future. The stupid thing about [President Donald] Trump taking credit for these factories is every single one of those companies is going to have less employees simply because they built those factories. Amazon is a data company. To me, that is the world's greatest startup.feedback

May 16 2017 - Amazon

The goal of not having a politician [be president]... there's value to that.feedback

May 12 2017

In terms of stock price? No, they are all undervalued.feedback

May 12 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

It's the ultimate AI (artificial intelligence) company, it's the ultimate start-up. When Amazon talks about opening up grocery stores, it's not because they want to sell groceries in stores – it's the same with bookstores – it's because they want to know what you need, when you need it, before you know you need it so they can deliver it right to your door in anticipation. They become prescriptive and the opportunity there, globally, is enormous.feedback

May 06 2017 - Afghanistan

Okay guys. I think your mission is good. I think it is going to be impactful beyond just your product. I have invested in a lot of military companies. Combat flip-flops does a lot in Afghanistan.feedback

May 02 2017 - Trump Presidency

Economically, I like what he's doing.feedback

May 02 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

I started buying Twitter recently because I think they finally got their act together with artificial intelligence.feedback

Apr 23 2017 - Uber

Travis's biggest weakness is that he will run through a wall to accomplish his goals. That's the best way to describe him.feedback

Apr 23 2017 - Sanctions

Personally I'm not a huge fan of our president and some of his issues. I don't know who's driving his Chinese policy and I don't get a sense that he knows what's happening.feedback

Apr 22 2017

Oh! Just to beat the hell out of Kevin! I can see that.feedback

Apr 15 2017

Oh! You didn't think you should tell us that?feedback

Apr 11 2017 - NBA

I told him what I was going to do and said, Fine me if you don't like it.feedback

Apr 08 2017

I believe every word you have said but there is just no way on god's green earth I am going to be in the cat wine business. I am just not built for this business.feedback

Apr 06 2017

If given a choice between investing in someone who has read 'Rework' or has an MBA, I'm investing in 'Rework' every time. It encouraged me to think as an individual, take risks to reach my goals, and responsibility for my successes and failures.feedback

Apr 03 2017

I have always been selling. Open a savings account and do odd jobs to earn money to save!feedback

Apr 01 2017 - Trump-Putin

I think Putin recognized trumps greed and took advantage by back channeling coordinated misinformation in an attempt to influence voters.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - Uber

The point is, when you are trying to disrupt something like Travis was doing, sometimes you have got to be ready, fire, aim and just bust through doors and figure you will deal with the regulatory issues later.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - Uber

I should have learned by lesson.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - Uber

When we started in the streaming industry, there were so many rules about what you couldn't do in terms of content and broadcasting TV and copyright laws and this and that and we just ignored them. We rather ask for forgiveness than come out and get approval in advance and it turned out for us then, too.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - Uber

You are going to have to fight all the taxi associations, and all the transportation organizations in each city and every state. Then I started talking to him about his valuation, and I never heard back from him. The rest is history. If you really believe and you really have something that you think is going to disrupt the world, bring it to me. I won't make the same mistake twice, and then just go and bust through those doors and figure out how to get through the hurdles.feedback

Mar 13 2017

Knowing how to critically think and assess them from a global perspective I think is going to be more valuable than what we see as exciting careers today which might be programming or CPA or those types of things. I would not want to be an accountant right now. I would rather be a philosophy major.feedback

Mar 13 2017 - Artificial Intelligence

The world's first trillionaires are going to come from somebody who masters AI. Whatever you are studying right now if you are not getting up to speed on deep learning, neural networks, etc., you lose. We are going through the process where software will automate software, automation will automate automation. I would not want to be a CPA right now. I would not want to be an accountant right now. I would rather be a philosophy major.feedback

Mar 13 2017

What kind of opportunity can I create that gives these people hope for jobs and the ability to live a valuable life?' That's what people in this room can help think of, because our current administration is not going to solve that problem by thinking they are bringing back factories.feedback

Mar 12 2017

I wouldn't say never, but it's not my lifelong dream.feedback

Mar 12 2017

The economic policies of his that are pretty much traditionally conservative I like.... But in terms of him personally, he's the Zoolander president.feedback

Mar 12 2017

He's the Zoolander president. His idea of efficiency is I would send him emails, his assistant would print it, he would write on it, and he would scan it. He doesn't know how to use email. Just think how efficient he could be if he learned how to use a search engine. First of all he's our president. I don't care how he does personally, but I want the country to do well.feedback

Mar 05 2017

We want him to be forever. He's our kind of guy -- shoots, plays hard defensively, great in the locker room. We call him Swaggy Swag. High swag level, low volume level. Those kind of guys are good. Swaggy Swag's a keeper.feedback

Mar 05 2017

I like our squad right now. We basically went from 4-17 to, all right, this squad has got some real potential. We did it on the back of undrafted free agents and one trade. There's a lot to be said for that.feedback

Feb 24 2017

The show resonates with audiences because it embodies the American Dream and I think it inspires people to go out and take a chance.feedback

Feb 20 2017 - Unemployment

I'm willing to bet that these companies building new plants ... this will lead to fewer people being employed. People aren't going to have jobs. How does [Trump] deal with displaced workers?feedback

Feb 17 2017

Who is going to take less? Are the health insurers going to say, You know what, we'll take fewer profits? No. Are the health care providers going to say, You can pay us less?' Well, they've already been crushed in that manner. There's not a whole lot left to pull out of there, so it's going to fall on the consumers to get less coverage in some matter or another.feedback

Feb 17 2017

If he had any leadership skills whatsoever ... he would be saying to people: 'I will get this fixed'. Thank you, Peter Thiel.feedback

Feb 17 2017 - Amazon

The few communications I've had with the administration have [said], Okay, how do you deal with all these displaced workers?' Because we're talking millions ... over the next two, three years that are going to lose their jobs because they've been replaced.feedback

Feb 17 2017 - Uber

I think Amazon is the greatest start-up and the greatest company in the world. The way they are using new technologies is not just disrupting retail, it's getting ready to disrupt everything. I can see them competing with Uber. They are a smart, smart, smart company. All these derivatives of artificial intelligence are going to have substantial impacts on [Amazon's] profitability.feedback

Feb 17 2017 - Wall Street

I'm willing to bet that these companies building new plants ... this will lead to fewer people being employed. How does [Trump] deal with displaced workers? Amazon is the greatest start-up in the world. I thought uncertainty was bad [for Wall Street], too. But the market doesn't care if Mike Pence is named president.feedback

Feb 01 2017

I understand safety. We all want to be safer. No one wants to be unsafe. But the hypocrisy of it all - only seven countries. Now, if it had been all terrorist-hosting countries, but seven countries? That's like locking your door with the best security ever invented and leaving all your windows open. It just makes no sense. That's who we are. We've always tried to help those who were less fortunate. We're community driven. Our players take big steps in community organizations. We take big steps as a league. And of course we're going to have fans to say stay out of politics.feedback

Feb 01 2017

And, for 16 years, I did, but we all have our own reasons and as American citizens, we can never forget it's country first, basketball second.feedback

Feb 01 2017 - Terrorism

You don't condemn an entire country based on the mistakes of a few. We're a country of hopes and dreams and the American Way. The wider we take that, the safer I believe we'll be. It's not that I don't understand. We're all terrified of terrorism. We're all terrified the next event could be near us or someone close to us. But it's the old sports analogy: Character isn't revealed when things are going well. Character is revealed when you're under stress and being challenged. We'll see what the character of this country is.feedback

Feb 01 2017

It's horrible! Look, let's just be real clear. The ban was half-assed and half-baked. If the goal was security, why do you leave off any other countries that hosted terrorism? That's like locking your front door and leaving all your windows open. It was half-baked, it wasn't thought out, it was rushed and it was ridiculous. And when something like that happens it calls into question the management skills of the guy in charge.feedback

Feb 01 2017

The Donald Trump I know, when he gets confidence, he's confident. And when he is confident he works based off his instincts and so I think that's what's happening.feedback

Feb 01 2017

He did the exact opposite. And so now, every time there is an executive order, you have to ask yourself where did it come from. Who did the work? How was it vetted? Do we have to question it further? In my mind, a good leader would say, Okay, I need to sit down and talk to the guys who oppose me. Let me let them voice their opinions, let me get their thought process.'.feedback

Feb 01 2017

Now I have to say to myself, OK, what is the ethnicity of this person? What about their parents? What about their relatives? That is bad for business across the board.feedback

Jan 30 2017

In the campaign, it was different because there was so much hate for Obama and Hillary Clinton. I [also] like a lot of the economic steps he's taking. I've had conversations with different people around [Trump]. I've tried to influence him with my thought process. And tried to learn about theirs. I don't think he's done anything as a leader yet at all. Right now, he's a deal-maker. It's not about picking on Donald Trump. It's about doing what I think is right.feedback

Jan 30 2017

I think the communication is the biggest issue right now. When you plan out how you are going to invest, when you plan out whether that's investing in companies, start-ups, or your own company, do you add that level of uncertainty of what might happen if he [Trump] tweets, of what might happen if he comes out with a new executive order, because everything seems rushed. That type of uncertainty is not good for anybody.feedback

Jan 30 2017 - Netflix

I think we're going to go through the biggest technological revolution we've ever seen over the next 10 years. You want the CEO that is going to do what's right for his company and his shareholders. That type of uncertainty is not good for anybody.feedback

Jan 26 2017

Technological change always accelerates. It never stagnates over time. Which means we are going to face the fact that, if nothing in the States changes, we will find ourselves dependent on other countries for almost everything that can and will be manufactured in a quickly approaching future.feedback

Jan 26 2017

If it was me spending the money, I would take $100 billion of the proposed $1 trillion in infrastructure investment and invest it in Robotics. I would invest it in the companies that do R&D, software, and design for robots and every other facet of the Robotics Industry. We have to win the robotics race. We are not even close right now.feedback

Jan 26 2017

We have to face the fact that countries are going to lose jobs to robotics. The only question that needs to be answered is which country will create and own the best robotic technology and have the infrastructure necessary to enable it.feedback

Jan 25 2017 - Snapchat

Makes perfect sense. It's an image driven app that can overwhelm lower end devices. But that's fixable.feedback

Jan 19 2017

Ask yourself, What do I have that makes it a no-brainer for people to buy from me?' If your answer is, I'm passionate,' you're in trouble.feedback

Jan 19 2017

I'm not Mr. Mentor. A lot of people looking for mentors think, Here's the magic dust.' Just get out there and sell something.feedback

Dec 21 2016

I was the best. I crushed it. Knowing what my sales skills are and the products that I am able to sell, I think I could find a job selling a product that had enough commissions or rewards for me.feedback

Dec 21 2016

I would get a job as a bartender at night and a sales job during the day, and I would start working. To be a billionaire, you have got to get lucky.feedback

Dec 20 2016

His father installed upholstery in cars and his mom worked a rotation of odd jobs.feedback

Dec 20 2016

I had quit or been fired from three straight jobs, so I figured it was time to start my own company.feedback

Dec 20 2016

I love entrepreneurship because that's what makes this country grow and if I can help companies grow, I am creating jobs, I am setting foundations for future generations. It sends the message that the American Dream is alive and well.feedback

Dec 20 2016

People thought I might go work at a mill. My mom wanted me to learn how to lay carpet because she was concerned about my future.feedback

Dec 20 2016

I have always been selling. I always had something going on. That was just my nature.feedback

Dec 20 2016

It was just a dream come true. Since then, we have never had a losing record.feedback

Dec 20 2016

Nobody had high hopes for me. But I was a hustler.feedback

Dec 19 2016

Unfortunately, none of the companies that actually make the robotics are based here in the USA, Dear Mr President, My Suggestion for Infrastructure Spending . That's a problem that needs to be solved. We need to help develop domestic companies much like we did the electric car and wind and solar industries. Even if it means trying to help pick winners.feedback

Dec 07 2016

He's who we put our hopes and dream with. Now it is easier because we haven't played a game yet. No reason to rush to judgment or come to any conclusions now. Let's see what happens starting January 21st and we'll go from there. I hope he's a superstar.feedback

Dec 07 2016

The reality that – whether it is me tweeting or anybody is tweeting, it is a way to reach other celebs, other verified users, and reach the media.feedback

Dec 07 2016

If I have 6 million followers, probably 40 percent of those are bots, probably another 20 percent are overseas, and another 80 percent aren't going to see any given tweet anyways.feedback

Dec 07 2016 - AT&T

Alone, it will be very difficult, if not impossible for either AT&T or Time Warner to compete.feedback

Dec 01 2016

No meetings or phone calls unless I'm picking up a check. Everything is email.feedback

Nov 28 2016

Do a better job and have a compelling differentiation that you always build on.feedback

Nov 28 2016

You need to turn over every rock and open every door to learn your industry. This process never ends.feedback

Nov 22 2016

Leaders don't change their positions mid-debate. They welcome scorn from the masses because it creates the opportunity for dialogue. Leaders don't look backwards to condemn what has already been done, they look forward to create a better future.feedback

Nov 22 2016

Leaders are not dogmatic. They are principled and know that change is never easy, but when it's necessary, they must lead.feedback

Nov 07 2016

While it may seem counterintuitive to ban someone from covering us as a way of stopping automation, it really was my only option. As is evident by the AP partnership with Automated Insights, it's not if but when.feedback

Nov 07 2016

Maybe I will be wrong but I see a direct path from the trends in coverage of games we are seeing over the last couple years to the automation of reporting on games and the curation of related content. This isn't a knock on wire services or their reporters. They are valued and valuable in sports coverage.feedback

Nov 07 2016

It's between us and ESPN.feedback

Nov 05 2016 - Trump-Putin

"There's going to come a time, if Donald Trump, God help us, was president, where a Putin or an Assad would say to him, 'Donald, if you do this, I'll give you $20 billion,'". "Do you think he's going to do what's right for the country? Or do you think he is going to take the money?".feedback

Nov 02 2016

I don't see him as a reflection of a CEO or a reflection of an entrepreneur.feedback

Nov 01 2016

That's not unusual for a start-up. It doesn't help the people in those states, obviously, it's very painful for them ... but (Trump has) made no effort to learn those things.feedback

Nov 01 2016

He's demonstrated again and again he doesn't even understand what Obamacare really is or how it works.feedback

Nov 01 2016

I don't agree with her in all of her positions, but I think that she understands how government works enough that I can lobby against her.feedback

Nov 01 2016

The thought that once he was elected or if he's elected that all the sudden now with all this potential power he's just going to keep quiet and stay scripted. There's no chance that happens. ... The levels to which he would be corrupted by that power are just beyond conception right now.feedback

Oct 20 2016

Trump Steaks is bold? Trump playing cards is bold?feedback

Oct 13 2016

There's just a stigma attached to his brand now.feedback

Oct 13 2016

I've heard a lot of stupid stuff, too, but nothing like that.feedback

Jul 30 2016

Leadership is not yelling and screaming and intimidating. You know what we call a person like that in Pittsburgh? A jagoff!feedback

Jul 22 2016

S marketing is 'straight out of 1995. Hillary Clinton marketing of herself is awful. It's straight out of 1995. It's not newsfeed or social media literate at all.feedback

Jul 21 2016

Donald is the Ted Cruz of business His biz partners are no where to be found Which partner has supported him?feedback

Jun 15 2016

I'm proud to be able to help the City of Dallas. It was the right thing to do and I will do more of it in a future.feedback

May 20 2016

She would have to go more to center.feedback

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