Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he'd be proud of his players who respectfully take a knee during the national anthem to protest police brutality, and added that “hopefully” he’d be able to join them.
As Texas starts relaxing COVID-19 restrictions and allowing businesses to reopen, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban hired a company to see how local businesses are responding, and how they are protecting customers and workers.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban answered questions from viewers for an hour on Thursday during a FOX Business Network town hall on the economy and COVID-19.
Mike Doocy breaks down the latest interview from Mark Cuban where the Dallas Mavericks owner refuses to rule out jumping into the 2020 presidential race.
Billionaire entrepreneur and investor Mark Cuban has been very vocal regarding the delay in the stimulus package to help the nation's economy stay afloat amid the pandemic. Here's the full interview with FOX 11.
The Dallas Mavericks are helping cover childcare costs for healthcare workers who are “on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response effort.”
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he and his team will do their part to help the community during the coronavirus pandemic.
As many small businesses are taking a hit over coronavirus concerns, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he will reimburse his employees with the Mavs and his other companies if they buy their breakfas, lunch, or coffee/tea from a local, independent business.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he’s investigating how he could support hourly workers at the American Airlines Center in the wake of the NBA suspending its season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The NBA fined Dallas owner Mark Cuban $500,000 on Friday for “public criticism and detrimental conduct” regarding officiating. Separately, the league sent a memo to teams reminding them of rules that govern conduct of owners, coaches and other team personnel during games.
After initially donating $100,000 to the Dallas Education Foundation to help schools in the recovery process after Sunday’s tornado, Mark Cuban will donate an additional $1 million.