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David Clark, The Ceo Of Amazon’s Worldwide Consumer Business, Is Stepping Down After 23 Years

david clark, the ceo of amazon's worldwide consumer business, is stepping down after 23 years Inc announced on Friday that David Clark, the company’s chief executive officer for its global consumer business, is leaving after 23 years to pursue other opportunities.

Andy Jassy, the CEO of Amazon, said he expects to have an update on Clark’s succession in the coming days and weeks. The 1st of July would be Clark’s last day in office.

Clark has led teams that designed fulfillment centers and transportation networks since joining Amazon in 1999, shortly after graduating from his MBA program.

When Amazon’s e-commerce sales spiked during the pandemic last year, he became the CEO of Worldwide Consumer, a unit that manages the company’s global websites.

Clark’s departure is the second high-profile departure this week, following Sheryl Sandberg’s announcement that she would be leaving Meta Platforms Inc after 14 years.

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