Found May 25, 2012 on The Flagrant Fan:
PLAYERS: Curt Schilling
Amid reports that his employees have not been paid since April and that the state of Rhode Island wants their money back, Curt Schilling pulled the plug on his hundreds of employees by laying them off on the same day. Schilling's 38 Studios was supposed to be the coolest thing a former player had ever been associated with and made Schilling's larger-than-life persona all that much larger. Now it has all come crashing down and even for one of his harshest critics, there is no joy in the news. As someone whose own business just folded and has also been part of the surprise layoff reality, there is no glee in this news. As an entrepreneur, Schilling had the opportunity to provide meaningful jobs in a country that no longer makes things. That dream is now dashed. For those hundreds of employees, there might be little hope to getting paid for the last month of their labor and now they are unemployed. In other words, this is a terrible story for them. There was a lot of mud ...

Schilling's company lays off everyone

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