Back in April, Mitt Romney delivered one of his more memorable pieces of advice. Talking to Otterbein University in Ohio, the Republican said President Obama is against "success" -- I still have no idea what that was in reference to -- but Romney prefers to "encourage young peop …
About three weeks ago, Mitt Romney appeared at a campaign event in Ohio, one of the nation's most important battlegrounds, alongside Gov. John Kasich (R). Some Otterbein University students, getting ready to graduate, reflected on the difficult job market, and the governor was qu …
Democrats pounced again when Mitt Romney on Friday offered some entrepreneurial advice to students at a campaign stop at Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. "We've always encouraged young people: Take a shot, go for it. Take a...Show More Summary
"I sure hope people forget I wanted a stimulus plan too" (Brian Synder/Reuters) Mitt Romney on Friday, slamming the stimulus at Otterbein University... which received funds from the stimulus: $787 billion of borrowing. It could have been entirely focused on getting getting the private sector to buy capital equipment, for instance. Show More Summary
Mitt Romney, who faces a wide likability gap in his match up against President Barack Obama, encouraged students at Otterbein University to look beyond striking speeches and dig deeper into candidates' records.
In a speech Friday to college students at Otterbein University, Mitt Romney encouraged young Americans facing bleak job prospects to borrow money from their parents. He told the story of sandwich magnate Jimmy John, who was loaned $20,000 from his parents to launch his first sandwich shop. Show More Summary
In a speech to a group of students at Otterbein University in Ohio yesterday, Mitt Romney shared the story of how his friend, Jimmy John (of the sandwich chain fame) got his start in business by getting a $20,000 loan from his family. Romney encouraged any aspiring entrepreneurs in the audience ... More »
Who are the young people of America going to vote for: The celebrity, or the guy who thinks everyone's parents are angel investors? Speaking during a campaign stop Friday, Mitt Romney encouraged students at Otterbein University in Ohio,...Show More Summary
Romney was discussing ways of achieving the American dream to students at Otterbein University
Mitt Romney had some advice for students at Ohio's Otterbein University, telling them that if they want to start a business or pay for their education, they should just borrow from their parents. Said Romney: "Take a shot, go for it, take a risk, get the education, borrow money if you have to from your parents, start a business."
It’s that simple! At a “lecture” for students at Otterbein University in Ohio today, Mitt Romney told students that, his friend, Jimmy John, started a business by borrowing $20,000 from his parents at a low interest rate. Romney suggested anyone in the audience could do the same: …
If you’re young and you want to start your own business, Mitt Romney’s has some advice from you: Borrow money from your parents. At a “lecture” for students at Otterbein University in Ohio today, Mitt Romney told students that, his friend, Jimmy John, started a business by borrowing $20,000 from his parents at a low [...]
Romney holds roundtable with seniors at Otterbein University in Westerville, OH, 2:00 pm ET. Then: Delivers a guest lecture at Otterbein University in Westerville, OH, 3:05 pm ET.
A snippet from the First Lady's conference call today: MS. BALL: Kay Ball, and I’m Associate Professor of Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio. And I want to say hello to the First Lady Obama and Dr. Wakefield. And we’re on theShow More Summary
Hartford Courant Jeff Otterbein says Alysa Auriemma (left) will be a Courant "celebrity blogger" and "the intent [in hiring her] was never to curry favor" with University of Connecticut women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma. "I knew full well she would not write anything controversial about her father," writes the sports editor. Show More Summary