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

Facebook Being Investigated in Germany on Antitrust Concerns

Facebook Being Investigated in Germany on Antitrust Concerns

The social media platform is being accused of misusing its power to collect digital information on users.

Amazon Could Make More Than $8 Billion From Prime Fees in 2018

Amazon Could Make More Than $8 Billion From Prime Fees in 2018

Amazon Prime seems to be the gift that never stops giving.

Can PayPal’s Mobile Wallet Compete with Apple Pay and Android Pay?

Can PayPal’s Mobile Wallet Compete with Apple Pay and Android Pay?

PayPal has made some progress getting its in-store solution installed on more smartphones, but it still faces some big challenges.

Amazon's Tie-Up With Big UK Supermarket Signals Stronger Push Into Groceries

Amazon's Tie-Up With Big UK Supermarket Signals Stronger Push Into Groceries

It's clear that Amazon is serious about expanding its quick fPrime Now globally.

PayPal's Venmo for Merchants Could Be Even More Lucrative Than Expected

PayPal's Venmo for Merchants Could Be Even More Lucrative Than Expected

One analyst thinks the new service could add as much as 5.5% to 2017 earnings per share, although cannibalization is also a possibility.

Amazon's Apparel Business Could Be Profitable as Soon as Next Year

Amazon's Apparel Business Could Be Profitable as Soon as Next Year

KeyBanc estimates that the business could add $0.25 per share to the e-commerce giant's earnings in 2017.

Does Snapchat Have the Solution to Social Commerce?

Does Snapchat Have the Solution to Social Commerce?

Recent moves suggest the popular messaging app is betting on e-commerce as a key monetization strategy, but its success is far from guaranteed.

Amazon Signs On Southwest to Accept its PayPal Competitor

Amazon Signs On Southwest to Accept its PayPal Competitor

Consumers can now use Pay with Amazon to pay for in-flight purchases.

Etsy Finally Has a Good Quarter but Will It Be Enough?

Etsy Finally Has a Good Quarter but Will It Be Enough?

Etsy shares jump as high as 13% following a nice revenue beat.

How Big of a Threat to PayPal Is Visa?

How Big of a Threat to PayPal Is Visa?

Should PayPal be concerned as Visa ramps up its digital checkout service and signs up more retailers?