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Cleared in court, Roger Clemens will now take his case before a larger jury: some 600 Hall of Fame voters.
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 week.
Former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's troubled video-gaming company, lured to Rhode Island with a $75 million state loan guarantee two years ago, filed for bankruptcy protection Thursday, and federal authorities have begun an investigation into the firm.
Facebook's rocky initial public offering hasn't stopped life at the world's biggest online social network. On Thursday, the company unveiled a camera app for the iPhone.
Rhode Island's gamble on former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video game company is prompting questions from lawmakers about the wisdom of giving an untested company so much help.
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling asked Rhode Island for additional help to save his video game company Wednesday, prompting state leaders to consider whether the firm is viable enough to justify further investment.
The state of Rhode Island is having trouble collecting some of the millions it lent former pitcher Curt Schilling, another reminder why chasing celebrity is almost always a bad thing.
Alex Gordon went from a bust to busting the bank.
A teenage Curt Schilling got a paper route so he could afford an Apple II just like the one his Little League coach owned.