How a billionaire entrepreneur thinks: a Q&A with Mark Cuban

The owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and host of ABC’s “Shark Tank” gave a spur-of-the-moment presentation at Arizona State University on Oct. 11, thanks to the Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity.

W. P. Carey School of Business student and Delta Sigma Pi member Michael Voeller said the event came together at the last minute and the fraternity only had about 30 hours to pull it all together.

In this post on ASU Now on Oct. 11, 2017:

“To have two days to rally, invite 150 people, and secure an ideal venue was a lot of pressure,” said Voeller. “We had a lot of help from other members in the fraternity to market this event and reach out to as many people as we could.”

Listen to Cuban’s colorful discussion with students in this podcast where he shares what Google doesn’t share, what to do for an advantage over most people, and what he thinks about millennials — plus more: