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Jason Del Rey has been a business journalist since 2007, when he joined Inc. magazine. There, he wrote about startups and fast-growing small businesses across all industries.

He was most recently covering commerce for AllThingsD.com and, before that, was a reporter at Advertising Age, where he covered legacy digital media companies such as Yahoo and AOL and upstarts such as BuzzFeed and Gawker Media. Jason has also worked as the executive editor of OPEN Forum, a Web publication for small business owners and entrepreneurs.

He is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.


Ethics Statement

Here is a statement of my ethics and coverage policies. It is more than most of you want to know, but, in the age of suspicion of the media, I am laying it all out.

I own one bitcoin. Other than that, I have invested in a few 401k plans, none of which are technology-centric.

I occasionally do speaking engagements, but typically am not paid for them. I do not consult for any companies, nor do I accept gifts or products of value from companies I cover.

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Vox Media has a number of investors, including, but not limited to, Comcast Ventures and NBCUniversal, both of which are owned by Comcast Corporation.

My posts have total editorial independence from these investors, even when they touch on products and services these companies produce, compete with, or invest in. The same goes for all content on Recode and at our conferences. No one in this group has influence on or access to the posts we publish. We will also add a direct link to this disclosure when we write directly about the companies.

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"That is a huge price drop on those carrots."

Apple’s new credit card means the tech giant is now battling the same banks that built Apple Pay

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Amazon’s failure in "discovery shopping" is Instagram’s opportunity, as its users can now shop inside the app.

Amazon ousted thousands of merchants with no notice — showing the danger of relying on the shopping platform

One week you’re an Amazon vendor. The next week: "Goodbye and good luck."

Resy, the high-end restaurant reservation rival to OpenTable, is about to be sold

The hot new thing is going to get gobbled up.

Amazon wants to sell “every genuine product in the world.” That’s a mistake.

The company is risking what it values most — customer trust — in pursuit of building "the everything store."

Recode’s Code Commerce event returns to Shoptalk with Tim Armstrong, Poshmark, and the CEO who is reinventing Saks

Join us on Sunday, March 3, in Las Vegas.

Amazon’s grave HQ2 mistake: The political landscape changed but the company’s playbook didn’t

The HQ2 contest was very Amazonian. So was its refusal to back down.

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