Mark Cuban once told a reporter that he would “slice [his] f—ing nuts off” if he published the name of his fiancee. Here’s hoping that he’s gotten over it by now…
Tiffany Stewart (gulp) is the wife of Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. She married the dot com billionaire in September of 2002. The couple had a daughter together in 2004.
No doubt she'll be standing by her husband as he has been charged with insider trading. He is accused of selling 600,000 shares of Mamma.com Incorporated. The SEC complaint alleged that Cuban knew that if he sold his shares in June 2004, he would avoid losing a big chunk of change. Rumor has it that Cuban was given a heads up about the plan: “Cuban knew the offering would be conducted at a discount to prevailing market price and would hurt the value for shareholders, the complaint claims, saying Cuban dumped his shares and avoid 750,000 dollars in losses.”
Once the info on the stock was made public, Mamma.com opened up at a price of $11.89, which was down $1.215 from the previous day’s closing of $13.105. Mark Cuban responded to the allegations on his blog, which you can read here. Tiffany Stewart Biography As a biography, Tiffany Stewart is around 35 or 36 years of age, having been born in 1972. She is a former advertising executive and married Mark Cuban in September 2002. Together they have two children, daughter Alexis Sofia Cuban was born in September 2003 and another daughter, Alyssa, was born in 2007. Tiffany is on the board of the Mavericks Foundation and is an active member of the Hoops ‘n Hopes organization, where she recently donated 10,000 blue and pink caps to the nursery at Parkland Memorial Hospital.
Cuban is one of those rare guys who manages to earn the respect of nerds and jocks alike. A dot com billionaire (he sold broadcast.com to the now fledgling Yahoo! for over $5 billion in 1999), Mark is now the outspoken owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. While racking up over $1 million in fines (he matches all fines with charitable donations), Mark Cuban has made himself more accessible than the typical fat cat sports owner. Hekeeps a blog and encourages fans to email him with questions or ideas.
The outspoken billionaire publishes his own blog at BlogMaverick.com where he speaks freely about basketball, technology, business, and the Internet "You see, the thing about a blog is that its a great place to write about things you are interested in. Its a great place to generate discussion."