Low-price PC maker Emachines said Friday its chief financial officer is leaving the company. John Muskovich, who is also executive vice president, is leaving to "pursue other interests," according to a statement from the company. Adam Andersen, chief operating officer, and Corinne Bertrand, vice president of finance, will assume Muskovich's responsibilities. Muskovich will continue working there until July 20, the company said.
The financially struggling company was delisted from Nasdaq last month because it couldn't keep its stock price above $1. It is now trading over the counter. Emachines also said last month that it had asked Credit Suisse First Boston to help it evaluate "strategic alternatives," which could include putting itself up for sale.