• Former 38 Studios workers look for unpaid wages


    (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – Several of Curt Schilling's former employees are bringing their complaints about unpaid wages to the Massachusetts Attorney General's office.

    Martha Coakley confirmed that seven former 38 Studios employees reached out to her, but were referred to Rhode Island officials.
    On May 24, 38 Studios fired its entire staff after defaulting on its first loan payment.
    Meantime, former rival "Epic Games" has hired 100 of 38 Studios' laid-off Maryland workers.
    The company's president posted on their website "there's been a big storm in Baltimore, and we're taking in a few of the refugees."

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