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You’ll never guess who owns Canada Goose now

It’s Mitt Romney‘s former company.

Bain Capital, a private-equity firm co-founded by the Republicans’ losing 2012 presidential candidate (he left the company in 2002 to pursue his political career), is buying a majority stake in Canada Goose, the Toronto-based maker of ubiquitous, puffy winter jackets. Bain’s success at wringing profits from the companies it acquires has been mixed. Even so, it’s unlikely that the coat-buying public will notice much of a difference in the short term. The Post is reporting that Dani Reiss, Canada Goose’s heir and CEO, will remain in charge.

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