FILE - In this Sept. 25, 1998, photo released by Domin's Pizza, Thomas S. Monaghan, founder and chairman of Domino's Pizza, Inc., left, and Mitt Romney, managing director of Bain Capita

 

              FILE - In this Sept. 25, 1998, photo released by Domin
FILE - In this Sept. 25, 1998, photo released by Domin's Pizza, Thomas S. Monaghan, founder and chairman of Domino's Pizza, Inc., left, and Mitt Romney, managing director of Bain Capital, Inc., sign an agreement for Monaghan to sell a "significant portion" of his stake in the company to Bain Capital in New York. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has said he had no active role in Bain Capital, the private equity firm he founded, after he exited in February 1999 to take over Salt Lake City’s Winter Olympics bid. But according to Bain associates and others familiar with Romney’s actions at the time, he stayed in regular contact with his partners over the following months, tending to his partnership interests and negotiating his separation from the company. (AP Photo/Domino's Pizza, Scott Gries, file)