A liberal Super PAC at the heart of attacks on Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital was funded last year in part by Bain Capital executives, BuzzFeed reported Tuesday.
President Barack Obama has vilified Gov. Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital, a venture capital firm, as predatory capitalism—but the president praised venture capital while in the Illinois Senate, according to ABC.
A 2008 Obama donor who was considered for the position of secretary of Commerce has supported a joint project between his company and the embattled Chinese telecommunications company Huawei.
The New York Times attacked Mitt Romney’s investments by highlighting an offshore fund, Sankaty Credit Opportunities Investors (Offshore) IV—but ignored the firm’s connections to Democrats and President Obama.
The Democratic National Convention prominently featured workers who were laid off after their companies were acquired by Republican nominee Mitt Romney’s private equity firm, Bain Capital, yet two of the Congressmen who also spoke Wednesday night have pension funds that invest with Bain Capital.
TAMPA — Team Obama attempted to discredit Mitt Romney during the opening moments of the Republican National Convention by holding a press conference featuring a handful of career politicians and Democratic operatives who railed against Romney’s business bona fides.
Democratic Illinois congresswoman Jan Schakowsky is organizing a protest Tuesday against Mitt Romney’s former company Bain Capital for Bain’s decision to close its facility in Freeport, Illinois.
Obama campaign officials say they do not know the full story of a man in a misleading ad released by the Obama-affiliated super PAC — but the same man has been featured in an Obama campaign ad and on a conference call.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker recently became a bundler for President Obama’s reelection campaign, records show. The move comes several weeks after the high-profile Democrat criticized the campaign’s negative attacks on private equity.