Janelle Nanos

Nanos is a reporter in the Business section, where she writes about ideas, people, and businesses that drive Boston’s innovation economy. She has previously worked at Boston Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, and New York Magazine, and she currently teaches a class in magazine writing at Boston College. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, among other publications. She is a Senior Fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism.

Latest stories

Millennials are foodies but don’t have pans to prove it, company says

By Janelle Nanos ,  Globe Staff

Twentysomething foodies may obsess over their food, but they are generally clueless about cookware, says Made In, a new company that targets millennials.

Two-buck chucked in Cambridge: Trader Joe’s to cease alcohol sales at store

By Janelle Nanos ,  Globe Staff

Cambridge-area shoppers accustomed to picking up cases of two-buck Chuck from the Trader Joe’s on Memorial Drive may want to stock up now.

For some adults, fall means back-to-school shopping, minus the classroom

By Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff

The start of autumn can trigger a primordial urge to go shopping, even if school is a distant memory.

CVS to launch kiosks in travel hubs and college campuses

By Janelle Nanos ,  Globe Staff

The pharmacy giant wants to catch consumers on the go.

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Cheaper liquor licenses? Not so fast, restaurateurs say

By Janelle Nanos and Dan Adams , Globe Staff

Dunkin’ brewin’ up ‘on-the-go’ service

By Danny McDonald and Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff

CambridgeSide has found a formula for success

By Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff

Grocery shopping, the Amazon way

By Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff

Dana-Farber to open clinic in Life Time Center

By Janelle Nanos , Globe Staff