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Washington, D.C., retailer MyerEmco closed shop about a year ago after five decades in business, but former CEO Jon Myer is far from finished with the consumer electronics industry.
A perfect storm – a confluence of unfavorable events whose effects ultimately outlasted efforts at a major course correction – was what led to the decision to shutter the seven-store Washington, D.C.-area regional specialty chain MyerEmco Audio Video, its CEO and president, Jon Myer, told Dealerscope Friday, after news broke of the impending closure.
Washington, D.C.-based electronics chain MyerEmco is going out of business, according to a letter to employees from CEO Jon Myer.
Jon Myer knew that drastic times call for drastic measures. What he didn't know was just how drastic those measures should be.
Longtime MyerEmco President/COO Gary Yacoubian announced Friday that he will leave the company