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John Oliver slammed Amazon working conditions and this exec wasn't happy

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Shed a tear for Dave Clark. 

The Amazon senior vice president is having a bad day after a television show he likes, Last Week Tonight, called his company to account for the way it treats its warehouse workers. Can you believe the gall of host John Oliver? Dave Clark is a fan, after all. 

Clark made his displeasure known via Twitter, where he repeatedly insisted that Oliver has it all wrong.

"As a fan of the show, I enjoy watching John make an entertaining case for the failings of companies, governments and most recently - Mount Everest," wrote Clark. "But he is wrong on Amazon. Industry-leading $15 minimum wage and comprehensive benefits are just one of many programs we offer..." Read more...

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