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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Why the New York City Fiasco May Come Back to Haunt Amazon

Why the New York City Fiasco May Come Back to Haunt Amazon

In the H2 dust-up between Amazon and New York City, no one came away with their hands clean. But Amazon's sudden exit could haunt the company over time, a brand expert explains.

Move Over, Tesla: Carmaker Electra Meccanica is Going After A Huge Market

Move Over, Tesla: Carmaker Electra Meccanica is Going After A Huge Market

Canadian carmaker Electra Meccanica says it's going after one big market -- or maybe three. Watch the video to find out how.

Uber Faces Off Against Lyft in Closely Watched Race to Go Public

Uber Faces Off Against Lyft in Closely Watched Race to Go Public

Uber and Lyft are going public soon. But between the two, there are key differences in their capital structures, and share classes, that investors need to consider.

After New York City Fiasco, Where Does Amazon's HQ2 Go From Here?

After New York City Fiasco, Where Does Amazon's HQ2 Go From Here?

Though Amazon has said it will not seek to find a replacement for its HQ2 selection, previously-spurned municipalities are holding out hope they'll be chosen.

3 Things to Watch When Nvidia Reports Earnings

3 Things to Watch When Nvidia Reports Earnings

It's been a complicated few months for Nvidia. Here are a few key themes to watch when the chipmaker reports its fourth quarter earnings.

Apple Reportedly Getting Pushback from Publishers on Fees for New Service

Apple Reportedly Getting Pushback from Publishers on Fees for New Service

Apple is cooking up a new subscription product to be launched soon, but content publishers are reportedly balking at the tech giant's proposed terms.

Twilio Tops Revenue Estimates but Issues a Weak Profit Outlook

Twilio Tops Revenue Estimates but Issues a Weak Profit Outlook

Twilio posts fourth-quarter revenue above analysts' estimates but earnings fall flat and it issues a weak profit outlook for the first quarter.

Apple, Alphabet Face Outrage for Hosting App That Tracks Saudi Women

Apple, Alphabet Face Outrage for Hosting App That Tracks Saudi Women

The Absher app can be used to prevent Saudi women from leaving the country. A Senator called on the companies to remove the app.

Twilio Tops Revenue Estimates, Falls Flat on Earnings Per Share

Twilio Tops Revenue Estimates, Falls Flat on Earnings Per Share

Cloud communications firm Twilio topped revenue expectations for the fourth quarter, reporting $204 million in total revenue for the quarter, and reported non-GAAP income of 4 cents a share. Shares were down in after-hours trading.

Cisco Reports Earnings on Wednesday: 3 Key Issues to Watch

Cisco Reports Earnings on Wednesday: 3 Key Issues to Watch

Cisco posts its latest earnings on Wednesday, and it's likely to be a closely-watched report. Here are some of the key issues likely to come up.