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Former House GOP Leader Cantor Joins Investment Bank

(Undated) -- Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is moving from Capitol Hill to Wall Street. Cantor will join international investment bank Moelis and Company as vice chairman and managing director. He'll also have a seat on the board of directors. Cantor resigned his seat in Congress last month. He was upset in Virginia's Republican primary by economics professor and tea party favorite David Brat.

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