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An Amazon executive snapped back at John Oliver after his stinging attack on the firm’s ‘brutal’ working conditions

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  • John Oliver ran a segment on Sunday's "Last Week Tonight" criticising the working conditions in Amazon warehouses and other logistics centers.
  • Oliver said Amazon's success was built on "creating a system that squeezes the people lowest on the ladder hard."
  • Dave Clark, Amazon's senior vice president of operations, tweeted that Oliver was "wrong on Amazon."
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An Amazon executive has railed against a segment on John Oliver's "Last Week Tonight" criticising the company.

During his HBO show on Sunday, Oliver took aim at the "brutal" working conditions inside Amazon warehouses, or fulfillment centers as the company calls them.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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