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John Kasich strikes out against Cruz, Trump

John Kasich requires delegates. He requires money. He needs votes. Far, he's running short on all 3. His back versus the wall and running a remote third in delegate overalls, the Ohio guv opened a new front in his project Thursday, a multiple-pronged effort to review-- in detail-- Donald Trump's failings as a candidate and possible leader and chief and pitch himself to Trump's voters as the natural option franchesca , rather than Ted Cruz, to the New York billionaire.

"While the individual that you have actually preferred remains to move in an unmoored, untethered style, I understand that sometimes he's the vessel for your aggravation," Kasich at a New York news conference. "And I wish to provide myself up as a new vessel, who can in fact understand your issues, recognize .

FUBU Creator & Shark Tank Star Daymond John Lists His Keys to Success

The entrepreneurial spirit has been present in Hip-Hop culture since its inception, from the imaginative youth who started to toss block celebrations to those who made and sold mixtapes to classmates at school. One location of the culture which actually cultivated entrepreneurship is fashion, and current films like Fresh Dressed trace the increase of street style to haute couture in Hip-Hop, from Harlem s Dapper Dan to Pharrell Williams Billionaire Boys Club, and everything between. Daymond John is both a graduate of the entrepreneurial spirit in Hip-Hop and a leader of its school; as the founder and CEO of FUBU, he is among the most well known businessmen in Hip-Hop fashion and his looks on the ABC reality series Shark Tank has actually introduced him to a whole brand-new audience. A renowned author, he just recently composed and released The Power of Broke:

Mac Duggal founder sees roots in India as foundation for fashion

Manmohan Duggal, who was born and raised in New Delhi, India, lived a modest life. He longed to come to the United States for his education and work. At 23, he moved to the location where his bro lived, and later altered his name to Mac Duggal. He attended North Central College in Naperville and earned a bachelor's degree in computer technology. "I have actually always been very happy with my heritage and culture and had actually wanted to return, but I stayed with my bro here and loved the fashion business," said Duggal, .