George Zimmer fired the latest salvo against his former company on Wednesday, sending an open letter to “The Men’s Wearhouse Family” that attempted to clarify his position in the increasingly public battle with the retail firm he founded and helmed for nearly 40 years.
A week after his stunning, unprecedented termination, Zimmer said the board is characterizing him as “an obstinate former ceo, determined to regain absolute control by pushing a going-private transaction for my own personal benefit and ego. Nothing could be further from the truth.”
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