Rebecca Borison joined TheStreet in 2015, where she is a part of the technology vertical, covering e-commerce.Before joining TheStreet, Rebecca covered technology and business for Business Insider and Inc. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in English. Contact via Linkedin.
Recent Articles By The Author
PepsiCo CEO: I Still Get Called 'Sweetie' and 'Honey' at Work
At Tina Brown's Women in the World Summit, Indra Nooyi spoke about the challenges she's faced being a female CEO and all of the sacrifices she made to get there.
EBay Discusses Its Social Media Strategy -- It's Not Just About Facebook
For eBay, it's about more than just getting likes on Facebook. The e-commerce giant is going all-in on social, including some platforms you probably haven't heard of.
Why Amazon Is Expanding Its Logistics Capabilities to the High Seas
The e-commerce giant's recent move to register as an ocean freight forwarder will make it cheaper and easier for shippers to move freight from China to Europe and North America.
Want to Buy Amazon's Latest and Greatest Kindle? Better Start Saving Up
The Oasis e-reader doesn't need to be charged for months and is thinner and lighter than any Kindle before it, but it ain't cheap.
Here's Everything Facebook Announced at Its F8 Developer Conference
The social media network is making a strong push for live video and chatbots.
Amazon Promotes Two Top Executives in Google-Like Move
The heads of Amazon's consumer business and its cloud computing division are getting new titles.
Infographic: The Battle for Cloud Customers Is Not Winner-Take-All
In many cases, companies are electing to spread their cloud business out among more than one provider.
Everything You Wanted to Know About the Cloud But Were Afraid to Ask
Analyst Kim Forrest, a former software engineer, explains why every company wants to get into the cloud now and who's winning the battle to provide services.
Can Amazon Continue to Dominate the Cloud Industry It Created?
Amazon still holds a formidable lead in enabling companies to store their data remotely, but Google, Microsoft and IBM are fast on its heels.
eBay Partners With BigCommerce to Attract More Small Business Sellers
The partnership with BigCommerce will make it easier for small-to-medium-sized businesses to sell and track their sales on eBay.