Wells Fargo Sued by SEC Over Bond Sale for Curt SchillingBy and
Bank and Rhode Island didn't disclose cash shortfall, SEC says
Former Red Sox star's company needed an additional $25 million
Wells Fargo & Co. and a Rhode Island government agency were sued by a U.S. regulator for allegedly misleading investors about how much money a company led by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling needed to develop a video game.
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