Do Two-Thirds of Shark Tank Deals Fall Apart?Karen Aho
Monday was Shark Awareness Day, an annual reminder that sharks have far more to fear from humans than vice-versa. In related news, it was also the first of three open calls for contestants on ABC’s Shark Tank, the investing reality show in which entrepreneurs make live pitches for funding before a panel of angel investors. Now entering its sixth season, the show attracts more than 7 million viewers each week, placing it among the 10 most popular adult reality shows on television, even though it airs on sleepy Fridays.
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