Jay Carney Is Amazon's New VP of Corporate Affairs

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Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has spent the last year as a contributor to CNN, but now he's stepping back into the realm of PR.

Politico reports that Amazon has tapped Carney to be the new Senior Vice President for Worldwide Corporate Affairs. It's a new position – one that will put the company's public relations and public policy divisions under one umbrella.

From Politico:

[Current VP of Public Policy] Paul Misener and PR chief Craig Berman will now report to Carney, who in turn will report directly to CEO Jeff Bezos. Carney will give up his post-White House perch as a senior political analyst on CNN to focus full time on Amazon.

Carney served as Press Secretary for the Obama administration from February 11, 2011, to June 20, 2014. He replaced Robert Gibbs and was succeeded by Josh Earnest. Before heading to the White House, Carney was the Washington Bureau Chief for Time magazine.

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