But that doesn’t mean anything, right?
“Mitt’s names were on the documents as the chief executive and sole owner of the company,” Ed Conard, who served as a partner at Bain Capital from 1993 to 2007, said in an exclusive interview with Up w/ Chris Hayes. Asked again if Romney was chief executive officer of Bain Capital from 1999 to 2002, Conard said, “Legally, on documents, I suppose, yes.
Andrew Kaczynski discovered a 2002 interview that sheds more light on the situation with Mitt Romney's Bain Capital and the Ampad paper company, and it doesn't make Romney look any better: Former Bain Executive: Romney Bears Blame f... Read Post
Ed Conard, a former Bain partner, was on Chris Hayes' show today, and Sal Gentile gamely leads off a roundup of the interview by writing that Conard "acknowledged" that Mitt Romney remained CEO of Bain all the way through 2002 — thu... Read Post
Here's the spin straight from a former Bain insider; take it for what it's worth. Ed Conard does confirm in this clip that Mitt Romney was "legally" the CEO and Managing Director of Bain Capital until 2002, but he doesn't deviate fr... Read Post