Having perfectly bottom-ticked the Russia stock market in March 2014, when The White House's Jay Carney suggested investors "not invest in Russian equities right now," we were horrified to see that The White House is once again issuing...Show More Summary
Perfectly bottom-ticking the Russia stock market in March 2014, The White House's Jay Carney suggested investors "not invest in Russian equities right now." Since then MICEX has soared 55% to fresh 8-year highs (closing in on record highs) and is the best-forming asset since the March 2009 lows. Show More Summary
Despite praising Sen. Bernie Sanders and acknowledging that Hillary Clinton is a bit “rusty” on the campaign trail, President Obama would prefer...
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said on CNN this afternoon it's pretty clear President Obama would rather be succeeded by Hillary Clinton than Bernie Snaders.
Former White House press secretary Jay Carney tells CNN that President Obama has a strong preference in the Democratic primary to replace him: Hillary Clinton. Said Carney: “I don’t think there is any doubt that he wants Hillary to win [...]
From the January 7 edition of CNN's Guns In America: S.E. CUPP: But he did call for an assault weapons ban in 2013-- [Crosstalk] JAY CARNEY: Proposed and supported by a Republican president. CUPP: Just wait. That legislation went to the floor. Show More Summary
In January, 2007, Barack Obama posted a video to his Web site revealing that he was serious about running for President. His choice of venue was notable. Obama was only the second major candidate to form a Presidential exploratory committee;...Show More Summary
Dear Jay, In response to your posting on Medium this morning, I want to reiterate my support for our story about Amazon’s culture. In your posting?—?as well as in a series of recent email exchanges with me?—?you contested the article’s assertion that many employees found Amazon a tough place to work. Show More Summary
The good news for Amazon: They have a very good response to the negative article in The New York Times. The bad news is it is delivered by Jay Carney.
In a Medium post, Amazon PR head Jay Carney accused the New York Times of relying on biased accounts from former employees. It's been over two months since the New York Times published a brutal article about Amazon's workplace culture and sparked widespread debate over the strenuous conditions endured by Silicon Valley employees. Show More Summary
Today was a pretty good day for Medium. A cynic might think that the Medium spat between Amazon's Jay Carney and the New York Times' Dean Baquet is little more than…
Here are the key details from spokesperson Jay Carney's statement. Yes, that Jay Carney.
Jeff Bezos took umbrage back in August at a New York Times takedown of Amazon's supposedly toxic work environment. Now Jay Carney—President Obama's former press secretary and now chief spokesman for Amazon—is on the offensive, via a lengthy response to the Aug. 15 piece that was the most-commented-on...
Jay Carney needs to put down that yellowing copy of The Times from August, make like "Frozen" and let it go.
The former White House press secretary suggests that readers weren't given the necessary context for negative anecdotes from former employees and that 'The Times' failed to let Amazon provide such a larger perspective, both before and after the story was published. read more
Two months after the New York Times published a damning investigation into its workplace culture, Amazon is fighting back. In a blog post on Medium published Monday morning, Amazon spokesperson Jay Carney claims that the Times' reporters...Show More Summary
Medium Amazon chief spokesperson Jay Carney on Monday published a lengthy response to a New York Times article from earlier this year detailing an alleged unforgiving workplace culture at the online retailer. In his remarks, which were...Show More Summary
Amazon has aggressively hit back at a highly critical report from The New York Times in August about employee working conditions. Jay Carney, the former White House press secretary now working for Amazon as VP of Worldwide Corporate Affairs, has published a post on Medium attacking the article, implying that many of its sources are unreliable. Show More Summary
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.