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Amazon CEO of Worldwide Consumer Dave Clark to resign July 1
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Amazon's CEO of Worldwide Consumer Dave Clark will resign on July 1 after 23 years at the e-commerce behemoth.
"As much as I have loved the ride, it is time for me to say goodbye to start a new journey," Clark said in an email to staff shared on Twitter Friday. "For some time, I have discussed my intent to transition out of Amazon with my family and others close to me, but I wanted to ensure that teams were set up for success. I feel confident that time is now."
Clark has served as CEO of Worldwide Consumer since January 2021, overseeing the company's massive retail business.
Prior to taking on the position, Clark helped scale the company's fulfillment network and supply chain through leadership roles, including senior vice president of worldwide operations, vice president of global customer fulfillment and vice president of North American operations. He first joined Amazon through its Operations Pathways Program in May 1999.
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