Amazon Consumer CEO, Who Led Massive Logistics Expansion, Resigns
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Amazon.com consumer CEO, Dave Clark, disclosed plans Friday to leave the company, bringing an end to the tenure of a key executive behind the tech giant’s massive warehouse and logistics expansion during the pandemic.

Mr. Clark, a 23-year veteran of the online retailer, headed up all of logistics at Amazon until January 2021. Last year, he was promoted to chief executive officer of the company’s consumer organization, leading an unprecedented hiring spree and build-out of its sprawling delivery network.

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