Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Mister PowerPoint Goes to Washington

Today, Mitt Romney says he’s prouder of this investment than any other...

The episode highlights what would become the defining characteristic of Romney’s career as a venture capitalist—and later as a government executive. He was willing to pursue—and analyze—data that others wouldn’t bother to chase down. His dogged persistence paid off. During the 14 years Romney headed Bain Capital, the firm’s average annual internal rate of return on realized investments was a staggering 113 percent...

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