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Amazon’s Great Reshuffle: The departure of worldwide consumer CEO Dave Clark is the latest stage in a major transformation of the tech giant’s executive leadership, and a chance for Amazon CEO Andy Jassy to put more of his stamp on the company by anointing the next leader of its biggest business. Here’s a look at the aftermath of last week’s surprise announcement. 

Related: Dave Clark, Amazon Worldwide Consumer CEO, leaves abruptly after 23 years with tech giant

Amazon shares rise after stock split: The company’s 20-for-1 stock split — its first since before the dot-com bust — sent shares up 5% early Monday, in part due to demand from retail investors who can afford individual shares now at the lower price.

Bill Gates’ summer reading list: The Microsoft co-founder and avid reader admits his five recommendations may not be the “stuff of beach reads,” with titles focused on the intricacies of industry and innovation, gender equality, political polarization, climate change and coming of age. 

Layoffs at Dutchie: The Bend, Ore.-based cannabis software provider is the latest tech company to respond to the ongoing economic uncertainty by trimming its workforce. Read more

Welcome to Cyberdome: The program at Boise State University aims to provide cybersecurity resources to rural organizations while also training future industry professionals. Read more.

Thanks for reading and have a great week. — GeekWire managing editor Taylor Soper, taylor@geekwire.com, and GeekWire reporter Kurt Schlosser, kurt@geekwire.com.
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