Amazon long-time executive Steve Kessel to step down
Nov 8 (Reuters) - E-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc's AMZN.O long-serving executive Steve Kessel will leave the company after 20 years, a company spokesperson told Reuters on Friday.
Kessel, a senior vice president who has worked on Amazon's "Kindle" and brick-and-mortar store "Amazon Go", said he would be focusing on community service and not-for-profit work.
Beginning January, Dave Clark who is responsible for the company's global supply chain and logistics operation will assume Kessel's roles.
(Reporting by Ayanti Bera in Bengaluru)
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