William Thomas told a Bankruptcy Court today that Rhode Island's refusal to approve $5 million in tax-credit advances was the straw that broke the financial back of Curt Schilling's 38 Studios.
Employees of a brokerage firm that has been unable to account for $220 million in customer money found their boss in his car in a coma at company headquarters.
There were 3.6 million jobs openings last month. That's the second-highest level in nearly four years.
Their proposal would lower taxes for companies that hire new workers, give raises or buy major new equipment, but it stands little chance of passing the Republican-controlled House.
Chevrolet says buyers can get refunds if they return their 2012 or 2013 vehicles for any reason. The guarantee lasts for up to 60 days from the date of purchase, and the offer ends Sept. 4.
As of 10:15 a.m., WMTW (Ch. 8) was still being blacked out on Time Warner cable in southern Maine, and neither the station nor the cable company could say exactly when the dispute might be resolved.
Ridership grew 4 percent in the fiscal 2012, and ticket revenue grew by 4.5 percent.
Outdated state laws allow big banks and other investors to reap windfall profits by buying the houses for a pittance and reselling them, the report says.
Labor Department officials say that children performing farm work are four times more likely to be killed than those employed in all other industries combined.
Schilling has said the collapse of the company has probably cost him his entire baseball fortune.
Irvin Gordon's beloved 1966 car keeps on rolling, with just 34,000 miles to go for the next milestone.
Richard Connor, who lives in Falmouth, served as editor and publisher of MaineToday Media.
Citing the slow economy, advocates for workers and retirees aren't discussing fears for the plans' future.
The state's senior senator is a staunch supporter; at home, development and labor officials hail the plan.