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Wade office furniture, the company that makes the company’s office furniture and office equipment products, is on a roll, but it’s also at the center of a messy divorce.
The company, which is now owned by Amazon, announced in March that it had agreed to buy out the Wades, a longtime rival in the office furniture industry.
But Wades president and CEO Michael Wade said in a statement at the time that he would be leaving the company, and he said he had “no intention of leaving.”
On Tuesday, Wade announced that he had decided to leave the company and would take a new job at Amazon.
The move was first reported by Bloomberg, and it was confirmed by Wade himself.
Wade previously served as chief operating officer at Wades.
He also has been the CEO of other brands like Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell’s PC division, and Hewlett-Packard.
Wades first-quarter net income rose to $5.1 billion, and its revenue rose 11.5 percent.