Mitt Romney was the CEO at Bain and Company for one year, but that year changed the company forever. They were on the brink of bankruptcy when he was brought in to save it. In that single year, he brought them not just into the black, but made them profitable and did so without laying anyone off. A recent article in New York Mag said that no one who worked with Romney would swear or drink around him and everyone knew his social life revolved around his family, not his company.
Romney is described by Benjamin Wallace-Wells as a hard worker, egalitarian, and frugal. He never talked religion at work, but he lived up to the Church’s standards.
Read the article about Romney at Bain in Business Insider.