As Mitt Romney continues to hammer President Obama over the stagnant economy, the former Massachusetts governor's own time in the public sector, as the CEO of Bain Capital, continues to come under scrutiny.
Bain Capital has money invested in hundreds of companies. One of those companies is Sensata, a technology firm that makes sensors found in cars and airplanes.
But when Sensata began shutting down American plants and sending those jobs overseas, employees who had spent their entire lives at one company suddenly found themselves out of work — and wondering what would happen if Romney were elected "America's CEO."
Phillip Martin, senior investigative reporter for our partner WGBH in Boston, spoke to a former Sensata employee about his past, present, and what's left of his future.