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Watch: Daymond John's full interview at Yahoo Finance summit

·Contributor

Daymond John, founder and CEO of Fubu and a “shark” investor on ABC’s “Shark Tank,” joined the Yahoo Finance All Markets Summit in New York on Wednesday.

You can watch his full interview in the video above.

Just days before the summit, John announced his new business: Blueprint & Co., a coworking space for companies that have raised at least $250,000 in venture capital or already generate at least $250,000 in annual revenue. Leesa Mattress, Ashley Stewart, and The Honest Company are among the companies that have already signed on for space.

In addition to discussing Blueprint & Co., John addressed the state of entrepreneurship in America today, the difficult brick-and-mortar retail landscape, the importance of learning to code, and his thoughts on eight years of “Shark Tank.”

Oh, and John thinks golf is “the most boring thing in history.”

Daniel Roberts is a writer at Yahoo Finance, covering sports business and technology. Follow him on Twitter at @readDanwrite.

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