PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ An attorney for the Rhode Island economic development agency that is suing Curt Schilling over the state’s investment in his failed video game company hopes the case will go to trial […]
BOSTON (AP) _ After criticizing Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine earlier in the day, Curt Schilling was given a standing ovation from Boston fans when he was inducted into the team’s Hall of Fame. Schilling […]
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s failed video game company heads to a federal bankruptcy court in Delaware, as work begins to sort out what can be salvaged from a company that says it owes more than $270 million.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling said Friday that the collapse of his 38 Studios video game company has probably cost him his entire baseball fortune, and he placed part of the blame on Rhode Island officials, including Gov. Lincoln Chafee.
A state economic development official who stepped down amid the controversy over a loan guarantee to Curt Schilling’s troubled video game company will receive just under $64,000 in severance pay.
Where is the outrage from presidential candidate Willard Mitt Romney? One of his political friends – or cronies to use the term he prefers – from Massachusetts, Curt Schilling, declared bankruptcy after bilking tax payers […]
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s
troubled video gaming company, lured to Rhode Island with a $75
million state loan guarantee two years ago, filed for bankruptcy
protection on Thursday, and federal authorities have begun an
investigation into the firm.
Curt Schilling’s video game company, 38 Studios, laid off its entire staff in Rhode Island and Maryland last month, including 300 people who worked in Providence. If it folds, Rhode Island taxpayers may have to pick up the tab on a $75 million loan guarantee that lured 38 Studios from Massachusetts.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling is thanking his well-wishers after his video game company defaulted on a $1.1 million payment to the state and was unable to meet payroll this week.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling asked Rhode Island for additional help to save his video game company Wednesday, prompting state leaders to consider whether the firm is viable enough to justify further investment.