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Mormon Mitt Romney Returning to the Private Sector...

Mitt Romney, former U.S. presidential candidate (2012) and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (often mistakenly called the Mormon Church), is reportedly “returning to the private sector.” [1] This headline hit the news near mid-March 2013 after Romney offered his first interviews since losing the election.  It had been announced months before that he would be returning to his position on the board...

Romney Rejoins Marriott

Former U.S. presidential candidate and Mormon Mitt Romney has rejoined the board of directors of Marriott International, founded and owned by the Marriott family, also members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, often mistakenly called the “Mormon Church.”  Romney served on the board of directors for the company from 1993 until 2002, when he resigned to serve as the governor of Massachusetts. He...

Company Mitt Romney Saved Named Best Employer

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...

Mitt Romney’s Acts of Charity

Mitt and Ann Romney have a net worth of over $200 million, and they’ve given generously to various charities.  Mormons, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, are among the most charitable givers in America already, mostly because they pay tithing to the Church.  Tithing equals 10% of one’s increase, and in pioneer days was usually donated “in kind,” that is, in wool, wheat, and...

Mitt Romney: Seven Rules that Can Revive the Econo...

One of Mitt Romney’s talking points is that he is a proven “turn-around” expert.  ???He was a player at Bain Capital, which specializes in healing sick companies and turning around undervalued assets.  He rescued the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics,  he turned around Massachusetts as its governor, and now he’s ready to tackle the U.S. economy. Romney claims that to effect a turn-around, one has to...

Mitt Romney: Business Prodigy

Mitt Romney’s business career is not the classic Horatio Alger story of a disadvantaged lad pulling himself up by the bootstraps to the highest pinnacle of capitalism. Graduates of Harvard–like Mitt Romney–don’t need bootstraps. But his is an impressive journey. (Lisa Turner and Kimberly Field, Mitt Romney:: The Man, His Values and His Mission, Mapletree Publishing Company, p. 19 ). Mitt, a Harvard-bred prodigy in...