Dave Fallon

All Things Considered & The Bottom Line host

Dave Fallon is RIPR's afternoon host and news anchor for All Things Considered, and is co-host of RIPR's weekly business news segment, The Bottom Line.

Fallon is a born-and-bred Rhode Islander, having gone to school at Cranston East, Rhode Island College, Providence College and the Rhode Island School of Broadcasting.  His news career spans more than four decades, including 20 years in Boston radio and 20 years in Providence radio, with stops at WPRO, WEAN, WPJB and several in Boston and Hartford.  

He is also a former director of the RI General Assembly’s Legislative Press bureau, and a 2014 inductee to the RI Radio Hall of Fame.

Ways To Connect

Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for our weekly business segment The Bottom Line.

This week Mark and Dave ask Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza about the city's decision to remove pension investments from a group of greenhouse gas-producing companies.

Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for our weekly business segment The Bottom Line.

This week Mark and Dave speak with Ted Almon, president and CEO of The Claflin Company, a distributor of medical and surgical products. Almond is also a member of Governor Gina Raimondo's working group tasked with finding ways to reduce healthcare spending.

Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for our weekly business segment The Bottom Line.

This week Mark and Dave sit down with Roger Williams University President Donald Farish to discuss what he sees as a growing wealth gap among colleges and universities.

Farish believes federal funding has increasingly become concentrated at a small number of elite institutions, many of which already possess significant resources.

Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for our weekly business segment The Bottom Line.

This week, the two are joined by Scott Wolf, the executive director of Grow Smart RI about "Rebuild RI." That's the new tax credit program created under the Raimondo administration to spur development in the state. Wolf discusses what sorts of projects are covered, as well as key similarities and differences between "Rebuild" and the old historic tax credit program.

When to listen:

Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for our weekly business segment The Bottom Line.

This week Mark and Dave chat with Sally Lapides, president and CEO of Residential Properties Limited of Providence. Lapides says the high-end real estate market is picking back up after the Great Recession, but there are new trends among buyers, and the internet is changing the relationship between realtors and their clients.

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