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

Amazon Reveals Just How Well Its Exclusives Program Is Doing

Amazon Reveals Just How Well Its Exclusives Program Is Doing

After starting a year ago with just five sellers, Amazon Exclusives now features products from 135 sellers in the U.S. and 55 in Europe.

Can Twitter Stop Its Brain Drain With Big Employee Payouts?

Can Twitter Stop Its Brain Drain With Big Employee Payouts?

As Twitter's stock price falls, the company is reportedly offering stock and cash bonuses to workers to get them to stay.

Square's Future Is Clearly in Software as It Reports Promising Results

Square's Future Is Clearly in Software as It Reports Promising Results

The payments firm reported higher-than-expected losses in its first quarter as a public company, but beat analyst expectations on revenues.

Big Banks Roll Out Instant Payments Service; Should PayPal Be Worried?

Big Banks Roll Out Instant Payments Service; Should PayPal Be Worried?

Some of the largest U.S. banks are joining a new service that would compete with Venmo, but they have a long way to go to catch up.

What to Expect From Square's First Earnings Report As a Public Company

What to Expect From Square's First Earnings Report As a Public Company

The payments company being run by Jack Dorsey, who's also the CEO of Twitter, has plenty to prove in its first earnings report.

Amazon Confirms Plan to Operate Its Own Air Cargo Service

Amazon Confirms Plan to Operate Its Own Air Cargo Service

The deal with Air Transport Services Group will let Amazon lease 20 jet planes to help support its fast delivery of packages to customers.

Amazon Airs Its First Live Show This Week -- and It's Shoppable

Amazon Airs Its First Live Show This Week -- and It's Shoppable

As 'Style Code Live' highlights different fashion and beauty trends, viewers are able to click through to purchase products on Amazon.

Why Amazon Doesn't Really Care if You Buy Anything at its Bookstore

Why Amazon Doesn't Really Care if You Buy Anything at its Bookstore

Amazon’s new bricks-and-mortar bookstore in Seattle is all about analytics and data. The sales are secondary.

Here's What Apple's Rivals Are Saying About Its Battle with the FBI

Here's What Apple's Rivals Are Saying About Its Battle with the FBI

The companies may be fierce competitors in Silicon Valley and beyond, but they're all on the same team when it comes to championing security and privacy in this case.

Google Testing New Hands-Free Mobile Payment App

Google Testing New Hands-Free Mobile Payment App

Instead of taking out your phone and tapping it against a sensor, all you have to do is give the cashier your initials.