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Quick Takes: Billion Dollar Buyer Season 2 Preview

CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer is back and so is the man looking to help give small business owners a fighting chance, Tilman Fertitta. The intense series returns for a second season. In the season two premiere, billionaire Tilman Fertitta is back and ready to make big purchases from small businesses […]

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Quick Takes: Preview of Billion Dollar Buyer Season Finale

Tonight on CNBC, it’s the Billion Dollar Buyer season finale. Two companies. One goal. It’s a game-changing opportunity that will place a small business on the road to success. All that stands in their way is restaurant mogul Tillman Fertitta. He’s looking for the next hot product that will nicely fit […]

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VIDEO of the Day: Tension on CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer

On CNBC’s Billion Dollar Buyer, billionaire hospitality mogul Tilman J. Fertitta doesn’t hold back when when it comes to potential partnerships and purchases with the small businesses and suppliers he assesses.

Restaurant Startup Season 2 Finale Preview: “Food of the Future”
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Restaurant Startup Season 2 Finale Preview: “Food of the Future”

Warning: Major Spoilers Ahead We have enjoyed every single episode of Restaurant Startup this season. Sometimes we didn’t understand why Tim and Joe favored one duo over another — but that only added to the allure and suspense, and their decisions were always explained when they sat down to evaluate each […]

Restaurant Startup Preview: “Small Markets, Big Dreams”
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “Small Markets, Big Dreams”

We can’t believe the season is almost over because we’re not ready to say goodbye to all these dueling duos yet. But one thing we’ve enjoyed about every single episode is how invested we get in these people before Joe and Tim even decide who back for a pop-up restaurant experience […]

Restaurant Startup Preview: “Pie vs. Pie”
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “Pie vs. Pie”

We have to admit that when we think of “pie,” we usually only think of the dessert variety. But Rock City Pies and Sixpence Pie Company are trying to corner the market on not just sweet, but savory pies as well. So, are you ready for the ultimate pastry showdown?

Restaurant Startup Preview: “The Ultimate Cockfight”
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “The Ultimate Cockfight”

Warning: Spoilers Ahead Last week’s “Movin’ Out” was intense. We’re always surprised when the duos looking for an investment ignore either Antonia’s advice or Joe and Tim’s directives. We do think it’s important for these chefs to stay true to themselves and their vision, but they also need to remember […]

Restaurant Startup Preview: “Movin’ Out”
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “Movin’ Out”

Warning: Spoilers Ahead Location, location, location. This week Joe Bastianich and Tim Love must decide between two restaurants that are struggling in their current locations. But will a change in scenery be what these restaurants need to thrive? Will the investors roll the dice on the City of Angels or […]

Restaurant Startup Preview: “From the Streets”
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “From the Streets”

Warning: Spoilers Ahead We are such big fans of this show. Every week we get so “invested” in these people’s lives, so it’s always interesting to see which duo Tim and Joe will pick for the pop up restaurant experience. In this week’s “From the Streets,” we’ve got two food […]

Restaurant Startup Preview: “Young Hustlers” [+ Exclusive Antonia Lofaso Interview]
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Restaurant Startup Preview: “Young Hustlers” [+ Exclusive Antonia Lofaso Interview]

Warning: Spoilers Ahead Last week’s “The Comeback Cook” was a nail-biter. Sometimes I hate that Joe and Tim have to pick one duo to go with; sometimes I wish they could pick both. But the stakes wouldn’t be quite the same — and the show probably wouldn’t be as exciting […]