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Game in the works at Schilling’s firm doesn’t sell

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The flagship game under development by Curt Schilling’s defunct video game company failed to sell at auction because no “acceptable” offers were made, and only two pieces of intellectual property went for $320,000, the firm’s court-appointed receiver ...

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EDC hired firm to respond to SEC on 38 Studios

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island’s economic development agency hired legal counsel to respond to an inquiry from the federal Securities and Exchange Commission about its $75 million loan guarantee to former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s failed video game company. ...

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R.I. judge OKs lawsuit against Curt Schilling, others

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Most of a state agency’s lawsuit against former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and executives at his failed video game company can move forward, a Rhode Island judge ruled Wednesday. Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein issued a ...

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Schilling: Company crash cost me baseball fortune

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — 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 ...

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Rhode Island eyeing liability in Schilling firm bankruptcy

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The state of Rhode Island is working to determine how much it stands to lose in a $75 million loan guarantee deal for former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling’s video gaming company after its bankruptcy filing this ...

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Latest ‘Call of Duty’ game breaks sales record

NEW YORK — By the third time around, it really shouldn’t be a surprise. The latest “Call of Duty” video game set a first-day sales record this week, generating $400 million in sales in its first 24 hours in stores. ...

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Alito is court’s lonely voice on free speech

WASHINGTON — Alone among his colleagues, Justice Samuel Alito chose privacy over free speech Wednesday in the Supreme Court’s consideration of protests at military funerals. The picketers who showed up at the March 2006 funeral in Westminster for Matthew Snyder ...

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