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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

Hurricane Arthur steered crowds indoors to Boston eateries

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

“People had nothing to do but go to restaurants,” said the president of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association.

Business soaring for old-school travel companies

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The growth is driven mostly by baby boomers looking for a more immersive experience from their vacations.

Festival promoting Irish tourism bound for Boston

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The event, iFest, will take over the Seaport World Trade Center from Sept. 26 to 28.

Roslindale Dollar Tree store fined for safety problems

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The US levied $177,800 in fines for dangerous conditions in the storeroom and the retailer’s failure to fix the problems.

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Sarah Flint’s shoes earn a place on the shelf

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Urbanica builds Boston’s first energy-positive homes

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Reebok, MC10 tackle head injuries with device

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Coffee is pricier after Brazil drought

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Staples donates $1m to school projects

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Hip new businesses arrive on Martha’s Vineyard

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent