The Profit Review

  1. The Profit Meets Online Lenders: Da Lobsta | Season 3

    Famous entrepreneur and CNBC TV star Marcus Lemonis has once again encountered online lenders while attempting to turn around a struggling business. Da Lobsta, a Chicago sandwich shop, called in The Profit to help co-owner J. Wolf solve their problems. The locale was personal to Lemonis because he lives in Chicago and knows the restaurant scene well.

    But Lemonis quickly learned that the story behind the two storefronts and food truck known for their lobster experience posed too much ...
  2. FuelFood: A High Risk Deal For the Ages

    Updates 8/16/16:
    Fuel Food business partner Paul Schumack was sentenced to 12 years in prison in March 2016
    Several other merchant cash advance companies continued to give FuelFood money throughout the rest of 2015, according to UCC filings
    The company currently has an 'F' rating with the Better Business Bureau
    Erik Leander is still running the company, according to the Florida Secretary of State

    It's a deal for the record books. CNBC's The Profit, ABC's ...

    Updated 12-06-2018 at 09:19 PM by The Profit Review

  3. Artistic Stitch Hustles Marcus Lemonis

    Another New York business has stabbed The Profit TV star Marcus Lemonis in the back. The first was Brooklyn-based Stein Meats.

    In Season 2, Lemonis transformed Queens-based Artistic Stitch into Queens Vibe. Owners Sal and Nic were questionable characters at best. There was a mountain of debt, the landlord hadn't been paid in years, and the business itself was in the red.

    Lemonis offered $660,000 in return for 50% equity and 100% financial control of the business. He immediately ...
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