Annie Gaus

Annie is a technology reporter for TheStreet. Prior to joining TheStreet, Annie covered the tech industry for the San Francisco Business Times and as a video journalist with Discovery Digital Networks in San Francisco. In addition, she’s worked as a freelance features writer for The Guardian, Vice News, the Daily Beast and others writing about the intersection of technology and culture. Annie is based in San Francisco, Calif.

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WeWork's CEO Dumped a Lot of Stock Ahead of its IPO. Red Flag?

WeWork's CEO Dumped a Lot of Stock Ahead of its IPO. Red Flag?

WeWork was valued at $47 billion earlier this year, but its heavy losses have also raised eyebrows in the run-up to its expected IPO.

Microsoft's Stellar Quarter Had One Noticeable Weak Spot

Microsoft's Stellar Quarter Had One Noticeable Weak Spot

The software giant said it expects gaming revenue to decline in its full-year forecast, driven by lower console sales and tough compares related to one third-party title.

What Netflix's U.S. Subscriber Loss Could Mean for Apple TV+

What Netflix's U.S. Subscriber Loss Could Mean for Apple TV+

Netflix lost U.S. subscribers for the first time last quarter, suggesting that its most recent price increase was a tipping point for some subscribers. Apple, which hasn't yet announced pricing for TV+, is likely facing a similar calculus ahead of its fall 2019 launch.

Amazon Prime Day Sales Topped $7 Billion: Internet Retailer

Amazon Prime Day Sales Topped $7 Billion: Internet Retailer

An early analysis by Internet Retailer estimates that Amazon's 48-hour Prime Day event hit $7.16 billion in sales, surpassing an earlier estimate of more than $6 billion.

Combative Hearings for Facebook's Libra Suggest Project Could Face Long Delays

Combative Hearings for Facebook's Libra Suggest Project Could Face Long Delays

After the contentious series of hearings, Rep. Maxine Waters and others said that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg should be called to testify on plans for the cryptocurrency.

Netflix's 'Troubling' Subscriber Miss Suggests It's Approaching a Price Ceiling

Netflix's 'Troubling' Subscriber Miss Suggests It's Approaching a Price Ceiling

Netflix reported just 2.7 million new subscribers in the second quarter, which included a net loss of 130,000 in the U.S. Last quarter was the first time Netflix has lost domestic subscribers in the years it's been reporting streaming separately.

Big Retailers Are 'Clear Winner' From Prime Day Online Sales Bump, Says Adobe

Big Retailers Are 'Clear Winner' From Prime Day Online Sales Bump, Says Adobe

Retailers with more than $1 billion in annual revenue saw a 72% sales boost in their online sales on Tuesday, compared to their average Tuesday.

Google Exec: No Plans to Enter Chinese Search Market

Google Exec: No Plans to Enter Chinese Search Market

Google confirmed that it ended a project aimed at introducing a censored search engine in China during a day of multiple Congressional hearings focused on the influence of Big Tech.

Early Amazon Prime Day Results Show Rivals Are Cashing In, Too

Early Amazon Prime Day Results Show Rivals Are Cashing In, Too

Retailers with more than $1 billion in annual revenue saw a 64% boost in online sales compared to a typical Monday, while those with less than $5 million in revenue got a 30% lift.

What Is 'Amazon Assistant' and Why Is Amazon Offering You $10 to Install It?

What Is 'Amazon Assistant' and Why Is Amazon Offering You $10 to Install It?

The browser extension makes it possible to comparison shop between Amazon and other shopping sites.