Retail giant is under fire by New York Times for promoting "purposeful Darwinism," but company exec said attrition is comparable to other big tech business
After this past weekend's brutal investigative article in The New York Times about Amazon's corporate working conditions, he may be wishing he was back in the White House press room.
Over the weekend, The New York Times published a highly critical inside look at Amazon's workplace. The piece describes an intense, "bruising" work environment, where employees are asked to "diplomatically throw people under the bus" while those suffering personal crises are pushed out of their positions. Show More Summary
WELL, YES: Jon Stewart’s secret Obama meetings reveal he’s a partisan hack. “It turns out Jon Stewart isn’t our Edward R. Murrow or our Mark Twain. He’s more like our.?.?. Jay Carney. Don’t count on future generations knowing Stewart’s name any more than they will know Carney’s. Remember when, under a Republican president, it […]
"Five Easy Pieces" is a Rumpus exclusive excerpt from the forthcoming 52 Men, with autobiographical portraits based on based on Lou Reed, Michael Stipe, Jonathan Franzen, Jay Carney, and Carter Vanderbilt Cooper.
Sunday on Reliable Sources, Brian Stelter brought Jay Carney and John King to the program to discuss CBS reporter Major Garrett’s controversial question to President Obama about Iran. Garrett asked the president whether he could be content...Show More Summary
Mark Knoller of CBS News, center, waits for the start of the daily press briefing by White House Press Secretary Jay Carney at the White House in this 2011 photo. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak) President Barack Obama and the White House...Show More Summary
I never thought I’d find myself yearning for former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney.
Jay Carney moves to Amazon, where he’ll be senior vice president for worldwide corporate affairs. The former White House press secretary is only the latest former Obama administration official to jump to Silicon Valley, where, presumably, they all got huge pay raises. Show More Summary
Jay Carney will leave his role as a CNN political analyst as he takes a job in the private sector. Playbook reports the former White House press secretary and TIME journalist will join Amazon as SVP of Worldwide Corporate Affairs. He’ll...Show More Summary
The former White House press secretary will run global corporate affairs
The former White House press secretary most recently was a political commentator at CNN. read more
Amazon is bringing in former White House press secretary Jay Carney to head up its public relations and public policy, potentially giving the e-commerce giant added heft in Washington.
Amazon has a new head of corporate affairs. Politico is reporting that President Barack Obama's former White House press secretary Jay Carney will be a senior vice president at Amazon, reporting…
As one wit noted, it appears former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is moving from one non-profit organization to another. As Politico reports, Carney joins Amazon on Monday as senior vice president for Worldwide Corporate Affairs - reporting directly to Jeff Bezos and topping current veteran PR Chief Paul Misener. Show More Summary
Will report directly to Jeff Bezos
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney will join Amazon as senior vice president for worldwide corporate affairs, Politico’s Mike Allen reported Thursday. The new position brings the e-commerce giant’s worldwide public relations and public policy shops into one department under Carney. Show More Summary
Tech is the new hot destination for former politicos. Jay Carney, the former White House press secretary for President Barack Obama, has joined Amazon as the senior vice president for worldwide corporate affairs, according to a report from Politico on Thursday. Show More Summary
Jay Carney has hitched himself to the Amazon drone.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper continued his prosecution of the Obama administration for not sending a high-level official to the Paris Unity Rally yesterday. He lit into former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, now a CNN contributor, on Monday, asking what the administration was thinking in skipping the rally.