Curt Schilling makes first public comments on 38 Studios controversy

Today's emergency meeting by Rhode Island officials to determine what they are going to do about Curt Schilling's 38 Studios has concluded with officials freezing like deer in headlights. Nothing happened. Rhode Island's

Concerns about 38 Studios' financial health arose when it failed to make a scheduled $1.125 million payment to the Economic Development Corp. on May 1. The business was lured from Massachusetts in 2010 after Rhode Island offered a $75 million loan

By Todd Wallack Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling used his Facebook page to make his first public comments since the news that his Providence video game company, 38 Studios, would be unable to make payroll this week. Schilling, the firm's chairman

State officials are now mulling whether to help Curt Schilling's company, after Wednesday's emergency meeting the R.I. Economic Development Corporation held to discuss its $75 million loan guarantee for 38 Studios.

Laurence Ehrhardt, who is a member of the House Finance Committee, said very few members knew of the deal between the state and 38 Studios. "I sit on the finance committee and I know most of my colleagues on the finance committee claim they didn't have

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