Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Rommey is re-entering the workforce with a position in his son Tagg's investment firm, Solamere Capital.
His new title: chairman of the executive committee, The Hill reports.
NBC says he will work one week per month on private-equity business dealings.
Mr. Romney's son founded the venture capital firm with Spencer Zwick, who also served as the national finance committee chairman for Mr. Romney during his presidential campaign, The Hill reports.
Mr. Romney, in his first public interview since his failed run, told Fox News a few days ago that "it kills me not to be there, not to be in the White House doing what needs to be done."
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