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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

Chain to bring hip styles, lower prices to Downtown Crossing

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The Dublin-based retailer said it intends to run its US business from Boston and is close to signing a deal on local office space.

New England president of Stop & Shop resigns

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Joe Kelley, the president of Stop & Shop in New England, resigned Monday, according to Ahold USA, the parent company of the grocery chain.

Converse launches artistic ad campaign

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

The Mass.-based company will showcase how Chuck Taylors worn by creative types became a medium for self-expression.

Uno chain putting pizza first again

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Uno’s traditional fare — including its 2,300-calorie Chicago Classic individual pizza — is back near the front of the menu.

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Dunkin’ expands K-Cups sales to grocery stores

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

New Balance takes on giants in soccer shoe market

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Boston restaurants offering deals on social media

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Will the weekend storm kill Valentine’s Day?

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Obama criticizes Staples over employment policies

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Winter storms impose high costs for business

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent

Amid latest snowstorm, most flights halted at Logan

By Taryn Luna , Globe Correspondent