Mark Cuban has announced that he will be leaving the popular reality TV show "Shark Tank" after its 16th season. Cuban has been a shark on the show since the third season in 2012.
Cuban has been one of the most popular sharks on the show, known for his direct and sometimes blunt advice to entrepreneurs. He has also been a successful investor in many of the businesses that have appeared on the show.
In a statement, Cuban said that he is leaving the show in order to focus on his family. He has three children, and he said that he wants to spend more time with them before they go off to college.
Cuban said that he still loves "Shark Tank" and that he is proud of what the show has accomplished. He said that he believes the show has inspired millions of people to become entrepreneurs.
Cuban said that he will miss working with the other sharks on the show, including Barbara Corcoran, Lori Greiner, Robert Herjavec, Daymond John, and Kevin O'Leary.
Cuban has been a valuable asset to "Shark Tank" for over 15 years. He has provided valuable advice to countless entrepreneurs, and he has helped to make the show a success.
Cuban is a successful entrepreneur and investor, and he has many other projects in the works. He is sure to continue to be a leader in the business world for many years to come.
"Shark Tank" will continue to air without Cuban, and it is sure to continue to be a popular show. There are many other talented investors who can fill his shoes.
Cuban is leaving "Shark Tank" to start a new chapter in his life. He is sure to continue to be a successful entrepreneur and investor, and he is sure to continue to make a positive impact on the world.
Thank you, Mark Cuban, for your many years of service to "Shark Tank." You will be missed!