Federal watchdogs allege state officials and Wells Fargo Securities defrauded investors in the failed video-game deal.
The state continues to press its civil case against eight of the 14 original defendants who helped put together the video-game deal.
Superior Court Judge Michael Silverstein said Friday the trial is scheduled to start Sept. 1 with jury selection.
“It’s still being actively pursued, but we’re not too far from coming to a conclusion,” the leader of the Rhode Island State Police said.
The former House Finance Committee chairman repeatedly said it was not his responsibility to vet 38 Studios’ financial situation.
The former House Finance Committee Chairman, Steven Costantino, is set to testify Thursday on his role in Rhode Island’s controversial $75 m…
Steven Costantino agreed to go before the House Oversight Committee as it investigates the failed $75 million deal.
Steven Costantino’s lawyer sent a letter to House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Karen MacBeth that said he’s willing to give testimony.
The House Finance Committee approved the subpoenas Tuesday night as it investigates the controversial 38 Studios deal.
The subpoena, requested by the House Oversight Committee, commanded Schilling to testify Tuesday before the committee.
A state Senate committee is opening hearings Tuesday afternoon into Rhode Island’s $75 million deal with Curt Schilling’s failed video game …
The subpoena requests that the former Red Sox ace appear before the House Oversight Committee next month.
Rhode Island’s house speaker is subpoenaing Curt Schilling to face a General Assembly committee on the 38 Studios deal, but Schilling has sa…
The office of House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello says he will sign the subpoena Friday.
Rhode Island lawmakers are planning to subpoena former Red Sox ace Curt Schilling to testify about the deal between the state and 38 Studios…
Court records show Providence attorney Michael Corso was paid more than $2 million by the now-defunct video game company.
A hearing of House lawmakers continues Tuesday at the State House on the events related to the 38 Studios loan guarantee debacle.
House Oversight Committee Chairwoman Karen MacBeth said Curt Schilling hasn’t responded to two messages she’s sent him asking him to appear.
Raimondo says independent investigation into 38 Studios would be too costly
The House speaker said he “suggested” the governor find a job for his former colleague, which has triggered an ethics investigation.
Asked if Curt Schilling will be forced to testify, the chairwoman said she won’t “subpoena people just to subpoena them.”
The Democratic Party chairman said a message describing him as “happy to vote for a bond” to help Curt Schilling’s firm was incorrect.
The former Red Sox ace used the event at his home to get the ball rolling on 38 Studios’ taxpayer-backed move to the state.
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Trustee had sought $232,000 for payment Michael Corso received just before company’s collapse