Mark Cuban

  • Companies, Google, Googtube, Mark Cuban, YouTube

    Mark Cuban Admits He Was Wrong But GoogTube Might Still Be In Trouble

    A few weeks ago bloggging tech mogul Mark Cuban wrote that anyone who bought YouTube would be immediately sued by the media companies whose copyrighted materials make-up so much of the most popular material on the video sharing website. Now he’s admitting that not only hasn’t this happened following the acquisition by Google, but it […]

    / Oct 13, 2006 at 11:01 AM
  • Mark Cuban

    Nasty Turn in Sharesleuth Controversy

    Gary Weiss has been one of the most outspoken critics of Mark Cuban’s plan to trade stocks of companies that are targets of Sharesleuth in advance of the publication of critical articles on the site. Yesterday,things took a weird and nasty turn when Cuban posted an item to his blog claiming that Weiss was using […]

    / Aug 23, 2006 at 11:57 AM
  • Business Media, Mark Cuban

    ShareSleuth Delays Publication of First Article Over Concerns About Things Like Facts

    The much anticipated first post on ShareSleuth has been delayed. The company scrutinized in the article has leveled threats of lawsuits and criminal charges against reporter Chris Carey and investor Mark Cuban. What’s more, they’ve come to the conclusion that they need to hire an independent fact checker to go over the pieces before they […]

    / Aug 3, 2006 at 4:05 PM
  • Mark Cuban

    Sharesleuth is Up and Running! Sort of.

    There’s not much there yet but Sharesleuth.com has officially launched. The new website aims at uncovering corporate misdeeds. It’s being written by veteran reporter Christopher Carey and, err, underwritten by Mark Cuban. When the project was announced it generated some controversy because Cuban said he planned to trade on information uncovered by the site’s reporter. […]

    / Jul 5, 2006 at 4:41 PM

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