Rebecca Borison

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.

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Recent Articles By The Author

7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do on Twitter

7 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do on Twitter

In honor of Twitter's 10th birthday, here are seven ways you can use the site that don't involve selfies, subway rants or photos of precocious pets.

EBay Has a Turnaround Plan, but Will It Succeed?

EBay Has a Turnaround Plan, but Will It Succeed?

EBay embarked last summer on a two-year journey to revitalize the company, but results have been slow to appear.

FedEx: We're Not Worried About Amazon Getting Into Our Business

FedEx: We're Not Worried About Amazon Getting Into Our Business

During an earnings call, the shipping company's CEO downplayed reports of Amazon turning itself into a delivery service competitor.

Google Scores Big Win Over Amazon as Apple Reportedly Shifts Some of Its Cloud Business

Google Scores Big Win Over Amazon as Apple Reportedly Shifts Some of Its Cloud Business

Amazon is still the frontrunner in cloud services, but Google's making moves.

8 Best Companies For Paid Parental Leave

8 Best Companies For Paid Parental Leave

Online handmade marketplace Etsy just announced it will be giving employees up to 6 months of paid parental leave. Here are seven other companies doing right by their new parents.

Why Anbang Isn't Worried About Airbnb as It Pursues Starwood

Why Anbang Isn't Worried About Airbnb as It Pursues Starwood

The Chinese insurer is betting big on the hotel industry, despite the rising popularity of Airbnb.

Check Out Amazon's New Secret Weapon for Winning the Cloud Computing Wars

Check Out Amazon's New Secret Weapon for Winning the Cloud Computing Wars

The company's already dominant cloud computing business could grow further with the release of a new tool that helps companies efficiently move their databases onto the cloud.

Here's the Surprising Way You Might Soon Be Paying for Items on Amazon

Here's the Surprising Way You Might Soon Be Paying for Items on Amazon

Passwords may eventually be a thing of the past.

Amazon Could Have Some Really Bold Plans for Its Fleet of Jet Planes

Amazon Could Have Some Really Bold Plans for Its Fleet of Jet Planes

One logistics expert thinks Amazon's move to lease its own jets is the start of a grand global delivery plan.

Uber Is On a Collision Course With...Amazon?

Uber Is On a Collision Course With...Amazon?

The two tech juggernauts are closer to competing directly with one another than you'd think, and Amazon might well have have the upper hand.