The Bottom Line

RIPR's weekly look at the business community in Rhode Island.

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PROVIDENCE, RI – Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for a weekly business segment we're calling "The Bottom Line." Each Friday it looks at business news and themes that affect local business and the public.

PROVIDENCE, RI – The recent numbers for hotel use in Providence were very encouraging. Hotel occupancies in Providence were up in June, as room rates approached pre-recession levels. "The Bottom Line" this week looks behind those numbers and attracting local convention business. This week's guest on "The Bottom Line" is Providence/Warwick Convention and Visitors Bureau CEO Martha Sheridan. Also joining the discussion is "Providence Business News" editor Mark Murphy. When to Listen
You can hear The Bottom Line each Friday at 5:50pm.

PROVIDENCE, RI – Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for a weekly business segment we're calling "The Bottom Line." Each Friday it looks at business news and themes that affect local business and the public.

This week, Dave and Mark talk with Jeffrey Grybowski, chief administrative officer of Providence-based Deepwater Wind.

PROVIDENCE, RI – As the 38 Studios situation goes viral, how do people stay on top of this story and other complex financial news?

Joining Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon on The Bottom Line is Providence Business news editor Mark Murphy, and our guest is Edward Mazze, a professor at the College of Business Administration at the University of Rhode Island.

PROVIDENCE, RI – Providence Business News Editor Mark Murphy joins Rhode Island Public Radio's Dave Fallon for a weekly business segment we're calling "The Bottom Line." Each Friday it looks at business news and themes that affect local business and the public.

This week Mark and Dave mull over the steps that lead to the state's $75 million guaranteed loan to video game developer 38 Studios. The company is having serious money troubles and has asked the state for more help.

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