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, Dave and Mark talk with John Duffy, outgoing chairman of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce about job creation under Gov. Gina Raimondo. 

When to Listen

You can hear The Bottom Line each Friday at 5:50 p.m.

Do you have insight or expertise on this topic? Please email us, we'd like to hear from you: news@ripr.org

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

This week, Dave and Mark talk with Warwick Mayor Scott Avedisian about new developments going up in the state’s second largest city.

When to Listen

You can hear The Bottom Line each Friday at 5:50pm.

Do you have insight or expertise on this topic? Please email us, we'd like to hear from you. news@ripr.org

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

  

This week, Dave and Mark talk with Anne Nolan, president of Crossroads Rhode Island.  They discuss the cost of homelessness to the state.  They also examine some of the difficulties faced by the working poor and homeless, as well as those faced by those non-profits that serve them.   

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

This week, Dave and Mark talk with Cheryl Merchant, President and CEO of Hope Global in Cumberland. They discus Governor-elect Gina Raimondo’s economic summit this week: the ideas and expectations from the business community.

When to Listen

You can hear The Bottom Line each Friday at 5:50pm.

A Superior Court judge has ruled that the Secretary of State’s office improperly used the courts to investigate a lobbyist for 38 Studios.

Scott Judge Daniel Procaccini ruled that Secretary of State Ralph Mollis and his lawyer misused the courts when looking into whether Michael Corso was registered with the state while lobbying for the failed video game company.

How did Mollis misuse the courts in the judge’s view? Here to join us with more is Rhode Island Public Radio political analyst Scott MacKay

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