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Wednesday 27 July 2016
Steve Annear, The Boston Globe

…page in early July, after the yacht, called “Fountainhead,” an apparent tip-of-the-hat to the Ayn Rand book of the same name, appeared in the Hamptons. “It’s so crazy . . . I don’t even own a boat,” he added…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 26 Jul 2016
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Spencer Buell, Boston Magazine

…this week. The cruise-ship-sized vessel, named Fountainhead, has been turning heads since it docked in the North End’s Yacht Haven on Friday, according to the neighborhood news site NorthEndWaterfront.com…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 12 Jul 2016
Monday 11 July 2016
The Business Journal (Greensboro, NC)

…Business Journal (blog)Alas, the yacht — named Fountainhead, a reference to the Ayn Rand book “The Fountainhead,” and registered to the Cayman Islands — isn’t Cuban’s. I reached out to him through the private…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 11 Jul 2016
Saturday 09 July 2016

…Mark Cuban’s 288-foot mega-yacht, Fountainhead, docked at Boston Yacht Haven (Photo by Monika Skole Fuchs) Mark Cuban’s 288-foot mega-yacht, Fountainhead, arrived in town on Friday, July 8th…

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 09 Jul 2016
Monday 27 June 2016
Positive
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A book so powerful that Mark Cuban named his mega-yacht after it, The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand is a must-read for all entrepreneurs, according to the billionaire.

In multiple interviews, Cuban raves about Rand’s novel and cites it as one of his favorite books of all time. In an interview with C-Span in 2006, he shared he had read it “three complete times and an untold number of little snippets and segments.” Ten years later, we can only guess how much that number has increased!

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 27 Jun 2016
Saturday 04 June 2016
Positive
Sean Kim, Rype

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Recommended by: Steve Jobs and Mark Cuban Topic: Politics & Business

One-sentence summary: “Solve the world’s problem through entrepreneurial solutions.”

When Steve Wozniak was interviewed about what influenced Steve Jobs in the early days of building Apple, he mentioned that Atlas Shrugged was one of the books that Jobs used as his guide to life & business.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 12 May 2016
Thursday 02 June 2016
Positive
Kim Anthony, Inland Valley News (Upland, CA)

Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand - Recommended by: Steve Jobs (Founder, Apple) and Mark Cuban (Entrepreneur, TV Personality and NBA Team Owner) - One-sentence summary: “Solve the world’s problem through entrepreneurial solutions.”

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 01 Jun 2016
Monday 23 May 2016
Positive

…Cuban has long identified as a political independent. He has contributed to members of both parties. He is socially liberal and open to progressive taxation, and yet he sings the praises of Objectivist icon Ayn Rand.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 23 May 2016
Sunday 22 May 2016
Negative
Melissa Cronin, Gawker

…now, there’s a new billionaire with political ambitions: Mark Cuban, the billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner, Ayn Rand fanboy, and “Shark Tank” judge.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 22 May 2016
Friday 20 May 2016
Positive
Josh MacDonald, The Inquisitr

Cuban is coy about discussing abortion, but he maintains that it isn’t the government’s place to dictate personal morality. He is for legalizing marijuana. He likes Obamacare in principle, and he thinks equal pay shouldn’t be legislated. Ayn Rand’s The Fountainhead is one of Cuban’s favourite books, and he thinks there should be a limit on federal government guarantees of student loans.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 21 May 2016
Sunday 27 March 2016
Negative

Ayn Rand? Ann Rand? On Rond? Well, in any case, well-known businessman and personality Mark Cuban’s favorite book is about a misunderstood visionary who blows things up when he doesn’t get his way… because it makes him jittery and motivated.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 27 Mar 2016
Wednesday 23 March 2016
Positive
Tamara Pupic, ArabianBusiness.com

Marc Cuban believes that “The Fountainhead” by Ayn Rand “sums up the entrepreneurial passion and spirit” better than any other book.

Posted over 2 years ago Publication date: 23 Mar 2016