Deval Patrick & Bain Capital

Deval Laurdine Patrick (born July 31, 1956) is the 71st and current Governor of Massachusetts. Bain Capital is a Boston-headquartered alternative asset management and financial services company that specializes in private equity, venture capital, credit and public market investments. 2.3/5

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We're also allowed to like guy who works at Bain Capital, who also worked for oil/soda/s…
Didn't know Deval Patrick was a managing director at Bain Capital 😔😠
Deval Patrick joins Bain Capital and not a peep..Hypocrisy at its finest.. Not the biggest Romney fan but he is extremely charitable
I thought Deval Patrick was legit.. And then he went and got a job at Bain Capital.. Yea, That Bain Capital.. The one Dems were against. Lol
Deval Patrick joins Bain Capital to lead new social impactfund - Fortune sophia
Former governor Deval Patrick is joining the Boston investment giant Bain Capital, where he will start a new line of busi…
The same Deval Patrick who just got a gig with Bain Capital? Pitiful sell-out.
Democrats might consider turning to an idealistic Democratic, one with executive experience. Deval Patrick is waiting at Bain Capital.
Former Gov Deval Patrick helps Bain Capital get in on the action in impact investing via
Our "liberal" ex-governor Deval Patrick is joining Bain Capital...that terrible company founded by Mitt Romney.
No, Bill Clinton and Deval Patrick aren't going rogue on Bain Capital--they're coalescing around Obama's position:
I have this to say to the proven lair Bill ("I did not have sexual relations with that woman") Clinton: I know what Bain Capital did to American workers and if you and your phony Democratic pals like Cory Anthony Booker, Ed Rendell and Deval Patrick don't get it then you don't have clue or you're Re...
.says don't pay attention to the nice things our surrogate (Deval Patrick) said about Romney and Bain Capital
Gov. Deval Patrick on Tuesday said his predecessor Mitt Romney’s record on job creation should be fair game in the presidential race, but he called Bain Capital “not a bad company” and said he respects the role of private equity companies in the market. “No, they’re...
"No, theyâre not a bad company," Gov. Deval Patrick (D-Mass.) said about Bain Capital on CNN tonight. "Nobody is saying they are, including the president. You know, it's a remarkable thing. If you take a little step back to watch how good the Republicans are good at changing the subject." "This ...
MA Gov. Deval Patrick has joined Ed Rendell, Cory Booker, Harold Ford and Mark Warner in defending Bain Capital
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