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You've got to hand it to Mitt Romney: the man knows how to keep a secret. Read more»

Romney speaks in Toledo, Ohio, on Sept. 26.

Romney released his 2011 tax return and other information recently. So what else is there to know? A lot. Read more» 20

At least four parties had legal disputes with Bain during the early 1990s, when Romney led the company, raising questions of how rough-and-tumble the company could be.

Romney's private equity firm battled with brokers, also asked them to find healthy companies, not just turnarounds. Read more»

Live from the Republican National Convention: The world according to Mitt Romney (and his speechwriters) ... in which the national debt originated on President Barack Obama's inauguration day. And so on. Read more» 1

The ongoing national debate about the employment practices of U.S. companies and private equity firms abroad features two phrases that confuse rather than clarify the issues: offshoring and outsourcing. For most Americans, the phrases are interchangeable. Read more» 2

Mitt Romney proves to be unqualified for the job he is seeking. The Republican Party still has a chance to nominate a candidate who is worthy of serving as president. A brokered convention would be messy and embarrassing. But it might also be soul-cleansing. Read more»

Bill Clinton

Bill Clinton praised Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney's business career in an interview on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" on Thursday, calling his record as CEO of Bain Capital "sterling." Read more»

John H. Sununu, a top surrogate for Mitt Romney, wrongly claimed Bain Capital was “able to save jobs … about 80 percent of the time” at companies in which it had invested. Sununu was misreading or misrepresenting a Bain statement on revenues, not jobs. Read more»

Mitt Romney

Current and former Bain Capital executives and their relatives have given about $4.7 million to organizations dedicated to making Romney the next president of the United States, according to a Center for Public Integrity investigation. Read more»

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's naïve suggestion that anyone but him and his rich friends could actually fire a health insurer on a whim and hire another one that might provide better service isn't realistic. Read more»

A top advisor to the pro-Newt Gringrich super PAC defended their ‘King of Bain’ movie attacking GOP front-runner Mitt Romney during his reign at Bain Capital, despite its reported inaccuracies and dramatizations. (with movie) Read more»