The stunning collapse of 38 Studios, which spent years developing its products, took barely three weeks: in late April executives assured Rhode Island officials they were on schedule to pay their bills; on Thursday they dismissed the entire workforce, about 400, and now seem all but officially out of business. As swift as it was, the collapse was marked by a near blackout on reliable information about the company’s finances, and what Schilling and other executives were doing to save it.
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