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Taryn Luna

A general assignment correspondent with the Business department, Luna joined The Globe in 2013 and interned with the paper in 2011. A graduate of Oregon State University, Luna previously worked at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette as a metro reporter.

Latest stories

Nonprofit grocery store set to open in Dorchester

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Unlike Whole Foods and Star Market, the new Dorchester business isn’t built on profit margins or sales growth.

Karmaloop sale approved; CEO to be replaced

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Greg Selkoe, who started the business from his parent’s basement in 1999, will be replaced as chief executive of the Boston streetwear company.

Wednesday is deadline to bid for Karmaloop

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The deadline for bids to purchase the bankrupt e-commerce company is at 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Tedeschi food chain sold to 7-Eleven

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The chain will become part of 7-Eleven’s empire of 10,500 stores in North America alone.

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Keurig bets on cold-brewing system to heat up profits

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Five things you should know about Richard Doucette

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Cruise lines competing for Boston-to-Bermuda market

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Logan adding nonstop flights to Qatar

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Study measures economic activity of airports

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent