Shark Tank Recap: Mark Cuban Cuts Off Daymond John for a Stake in Experiential Entertainment Company (10/25/13)

Shark Tank has never been better as it is tonight as we see more insights on how Mark Cuban and Kevin O’Leary make business decisions. The best and fair deals, on top of being entertaining, happens with Ten Thirty One Productions (where Mark cuts off Daymond’s offer) and Total Merchant Resources. Here’s the rest of the recap. Spencer Quinn and Eric Child are the owners of Fiberfix, a product that glues broken items utilizing a special type of resin and industrial-grade fiber. Fiberfix is sold in three sizes with prices ranging from $5.99 to $9.99 per unit with over 100,000…

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Undercover Boss Recap: Meet Menchie’s Employee Who Loves to Give Orders & Hates Questions (10/25/13)

Undercover Boss features the youngest CEO ever to appear in the show. Apart from being one of the owners of Menchie’s, Amit Kleinberger also leads a 4,000 employee-strong company that’s poised to be the McDonalds of frozen yoghurt in the next few years. Amit takes his experiences in the Israeli Defense Force to the corporate world to achieve his goals for Menchie’s. Menchie’s is the world’s largest retailer of frozen yoghurt, selling over 30 million cups in a year. In the past 5 years, its stores have increased to 337 and Amit plans to nail the 2,000 mark come 2020….

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MasterChef Junior Recap: Restaurant Takeover Eliminates Sarah, Gavin (10/25/13)

Sarah and her team captain Gavin leave MasterChef Junior in the LA restaurant takeover episode. Their teammate Troy fixed Sarah’s boo-boo and is the only Blue Team member to move on to the semis. Gordon Ramsay surprises diners by telling them that their lunch was cooked by MasterChef Junior contestants. The diners give the junior cooks a standing o and some even tear up. Last week, Kaylen, 11, of Culver City, Calif. and Sofia, 12, of Brooklyn, N. Y. went home when their cakes flopped. Alexander, 13, of New York, N. Y. had cried when he thought that he was going home after his 1st big…

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Judge Judy: $100 for Burnt Chopping Block (10/25/13)

Judge Judy Sheindlin awards $100 to a landlord for a burnt chopping block. She dismisses a suit for a refund on a prom dress. She dismisses the case of Abel Moreno who sues his ex-wife for bail and attorney’s fees for his arrest. She also dismisses Mrs. Moreno’s counterclaim for attorney’s fees, because she should have filed for them at family court when she filed the protective order against Abel. Michael & Tamilyn Kaminsky sue Tenant Monique Borunda, for $5,000 for property damage. Tamilyn claims that Monique had someone remove the full shower enclosure. But since the property manager or…

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Judge Judy: $2,500 for Hand Dog Bite (10/24/13)

Judge Judy Sheindlin awards $2,500 to Heather Riess for a dog bite. The shih tzu bit her after she tried to pick it up. She also awards $200 to seller Dale Sanker, who had left Yankees memorabilia with Michael Fosnight. Michael claims that the memorabilia was left with him on consignment. $2,146 to Mia Phan for a personal loan to her ex-boyfriend. Receptionist Heather Riess (left in photo) sues Bar Owner Linda Mayer (right) of Rochester, MN,  for $5,000 for medical bills and pain and suffering, after Linda’s shih tzu bit her. Heather says that she was with a date…

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