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Romney Accepts Job at Son's Firm

Wednesday, 06 Mar 2013 11:02 PM

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Four months ago Mitt Romney may have been challenging the leader of the free world for the keys to the White House, but today he is working at his son’s investment firm

The 2012 Republican presidential nominee has agreed to serve as chairman of the executive committee for Solamere Capital, where he’ll work for one week each month on private equity matters, reports NBC News.

NBC anchor Brian Williams reported that Romney will be considered a "rainmaker" at the firm, which describes someone who is expected to bring in major deals.

Solamere is a venture capital firm founded by Romney’s son, Tagg, and Spencer Zwick, who served as the national finance committee chairman for the former Massachusetts govenor's presidential bid.

Romney moved into an office at Solamere in November but, but has yet to be active in the company’s operations, according to the report.



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