Bed Bath & Beyond CFO jumps to death from Manhattan building

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An exterior view shows a Bed Bath & Beyond store in Novi, Michigan

New York, NY- On Friday the Chief Financial Officer for Bed Bath and Beyond jumps to his death from a New York City high-rise. According to police Gustavo Arnal, 52, Trump to his death from a 57-story skyscraper in Manhattan.

Police said the building was identified as Jenga tower in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood.

“Gustavo will be remembered by all he worked with for his leadership, talent and stewardship of our Company. I am proud to have been his colleague, and he will be truly missed by all of us at Bed Bath & Beyond and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him,” the company said in a statement. “Our focus is on supporting his family and his team and our thoughts are with them during this sad and difficult time. Please join us in respecting the family’s privacy.”

The incident occurred as the financially struggling company recently announced it would be closing 150 more stores and cutting its Workforce by as much as 20%.

Since August the company stock peaked at $23.08 and has fallen since to $8.63 a nearly 63% drop in value.

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