As this year’s presidential race heats up, the intersection of politics and business is once again emerging as a major focus of the national debate. The economy is on a slow climb out of the recession, which many blame on failed policies in Washington, D.C. Lawmakers continue to discuss the possibility of introducing new Wall Street regulations. And both President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney loudly cite Romney’s past experience with private-equity ...
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