Christopher Rowland

Boston Globe

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Mitt Romney is campaigning as a successful businessman who could create jobs and improve America's economy from the White House. That's based on the fortune he made at Bain Capital.

Bain Capital Woes Overshadow Romney's Campaign

Mitt Romney is campaigning as a successful businessman who could create jobs and improve America's economy from the White House. That's based on the fortune he made at Bain Capital.

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Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is based on lifelong success as a businessman, but he'll only release the last two years of his tax returns.

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Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is based on lifelong success as a businessman, but he'll only release the last two years of his tax returns.

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