Jay Carney, Amazon's top policy exec, leaves for Airbnb
Amazon Departure FILE - Then-White House Press Secretary Jay Carney gestures as he speaks during his daily news briefing at the White House in Washington, Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. On Friday, July 22, 2022, Carney, the top policy and communications executive at Amazon and one-time White House spokesman, was named the head of policy at Airbnb. This month, Dave Clark, the chief executive of Amazon's consumer business who oversaw a mass expansion of Amazon's logistics footprint, left the company after 23 years. He was White House press secretary from 2011 to 2014 after serving as director of communications for then Vice President Joe Biden. At Amazon, he oversaw policy and public relations, focusing on the company's relationship with lawmakers and the White House.wftv.com
Biden, Trump take differing approaches to debate preparation
(AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster, File)WASHINGTON – Ahead of the first debate between President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden, each campaign is promising a stark contrast in policy, personality and preparation. Bauer has not actually donned a Trump costume in line with Trump stand-ins from previous years, but he is representing his style and expected strategy. Trump and Biden are scheduled to meet on the debate stage for the first time Tuesday night at Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. Trump offered a preview of his approach when mused that Biden’s previous debate performances were influenced by medication. But other Trump backers are confident that the president is ready to handle any tough questions or pushback from Biden.
Amazon lays out its policies on political and social issues
Copyright 2019 CNNSEATTLE - Amazon debuted a public website on Thursday outlining the e-commerce giant's views on a range of hot-button political and social issues, adding momentum to a top executive's critique of the Trump administration this week. The new website rolled out after Jay Carney, Amazon's senior vice president of global corporate affairs, publicly slammed the Trump administration on Wednesday. Carney also drew comparisons between the Trump White House and previous administrations he had covered earlier in his career as a political journalist. The policy website could add to the tensions between Amazon and Trump, a frequent critic of the company. Amazon also said it supports a single, nationwide privacy law that enables consumers to access their personal information or to delete it if they choose.
Jay Carney responds to NYT story: Turnover at Amazon consistent with major tech companies
According to a report by New York Times' Jodi Kantor and David Streitfeld, dozens of Amazon employees say their workplace can be brutal. First on "CBS This Morning," Amazon Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Affairs and former White House press secretary Jay Carney responds to the New York Times report.cbsnews.com
Amazon's company culture under fire
The online giant is the world's biggest retailer with a market value that is nearly $250 billion. The New York Times is raising questions about Amazon's work culture, as reporters Jodi Kantor and David Streitfeld spoke with more than 100 current and former employees. Kantor and former White House press secretary and current Amazon Senior Vice President of Global Corporate Affairs Jay Carney joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the report.cbsnews.com
W.H.: Edward Snowden did not raise surveillance concerns before leaking
: Edward Snowden did not raise surveillance concerns before leaking White House spokesman Jay Carney disputes Edward Snowden's claim that he tried to blow the whistle internally before going public with his leaks of classified government surveillance programs.cbsnews.com
W.H.: Obama "extremely troubled" by preliminary report on VA scandal
: Obama "extremely troubled" by preliminary report on VA scandal White House press secretary Jay Carney says the Veterans Affairs Department should not wait for the full report before acting to improve veterans' health care.cbsnews.com
President Obama visits a Little League game
Norah O'Donnell reports. President Obama visits a Little League game Obama dropped in on the game of White House press secretary Jay Carney's daughter. Norah O'Donnell reports. Be the first to knowGet browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not NowTurn Oncbsnews.com
White House: Candidate Obama identified VA problems years ago
White House: Candidate Obama identified VA problems years ago White House Press Secretary Jay Carney argues President Obama had identified problems with Veterans Affairs (VA) hospitals as a candidate and pledged to take action to improve the services for veterans.cbsnews.com
White House: Benghazi talking points "what we knew at the time"
White House: Benghazi talking points "what we knew at the time" White House spokesman Jay Carney pushes back against accusations that the administration initially misrepresented the nature of the attack on the U.S. facility in Benghazi, Libya.cbsnews.com
Botched Oklahoma execution not humane, White House says
Botched Oklahoma execution not humane, White House says White House spokesman Jay Carney weighs in on the botched execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett, saying President Obama believes the death penalty is justified in some cases, but in this case, it was not carried out humanely.cbsnews.com
W.H.: Proposals to curb gun violence "remain possible"
: Proposals to curb gun violence "remain possible" Without linking the Fort Hood shooting with gun control proposals, White House spokesman Jay Carney says President Obama would still like to see a bill expanding background checks for gun buyers.cbsnews.com
White House not ruling out sanctions against Putin
White House not ruling out sanctions against Putin Spokesman Jay Carney says the “authority exists” for the United States to impose further sanctions on top Russian officials – including President Vladimir Putin – in light of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine.cbsnews.com
White House explains Obama's deportation policy review
Sign Up For NewslettersVaccines drive optimism about containing COVID pandemic — CBS News pollNationwide face mask standard for workers still under considerationFirst baby born with COVID antibodies to vaccinated motherTeens try to cope after both parents die from COVID: "We miss them"IRS to delay tax filing deadline until May 17Trump urges people to get COVID vaccine, saying it's safe and worksIconic Boston Marathon runner Dick Hoyt has died at 80House votes to reauthorize Violence Against Women ActTexas Attorney General says $29M in electric bills will be forgivenIRS to delay tax filing deadline until May 17With 13,000 migrant children in custody, Biden facing first major testWife of Capitol officer who died by suicide calls for reformsWhite House spokesman Jay Carney says potential executive action on deportations is no substitute for comprehensive immigration reform. White House explains Obama's deportation policy review White House spokesman Jay Carney says potential executive action on deportations is no substitute for comprehensive immigration reform. Be the first to knowGet browser notifications for breaking news, live events, and exclusive reporting. Not NowTurn Oncbsnews.com