• When the founders of dating app Coffee Meets Bagel turned down Mark Cuban's $30 million offer on 'Shark Tank' 3 years ago, they got dozens of emails calling them 'crazy,' 'greedy,' and 'stupid' - but they still aren't sorry

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app, launched in 2012, that offers a more curated experience.
    In 2015, the Coffee Meets Bagel cofounders appeared on " Shark Tank ," where they declined Mark Cuban's offer to give them $30 million for the entire company.
    Cofounder Dawoon Kang said she's convinced that was the right decision, even though other people called her and her cofounders greedy.
    When Dawoon, Arum, and Soo Kang walked onto the "Shark Tank" stage in 2015, they were hoping to get an offer from Mark Cuban, who they considered the most tech-savvy of all five investors.
    The Kang sisters...
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  • When the founders of dating app Coffee Meets Bagel turned down Mark Cuban's $30 million offer on 'Shark Tank' 3 years ago, they got dozens of emails calling them 'crazy,' 'greedy,' and 'stupid' - but they still aren't sorry

    When the founders of dating app Coffee Meets Bagel turned down Mark Cuban's $30 million offer on 'Shark Tank' 3 years ago, they got dozens of emails calling them 'crazy,' 'greedy,' and 'stupid' - but they still aren't sorry

    8 days ago - By Business Insider

    Coffee Meets Bagel is a dating app, launched in 2012, that offers a more curated experience.
    In 2015, the Coffee Meets Bagel cofounders appeared on " Shark Tank ," where they declined Mark Cuban's offer to give them $30 million for the entire company.
    Cofounder Dawoon Kang said she's convinced that was the right decision, even though other people called her and her cofounders greedy.
    When Dawoon, Arum, and Soo Kang walked onto the "Shark Tank" stage in 2015, they were hoping to get an offer from Mark Cuban, who they considered the most tech-savvy of all five investors.
    The Kang sisters...
    Read more ...