Gustavo Arnal C.F.O. at Bed Bath & Beyond Dies.

Gustavo Arnal, 52, also worked with the Avon Walgreens Boots Alliance and Procter & Gamble. Gustavo Arenal, chief financial officer of retail chain Bed Bath & Beyond, has died, the company confirmed on Sunday.

The company said Arnal died on Friday. According to the New York City Police Department, police found a 52-year-old man injured while falling from a Manhattan building.

He was articulated dead on the spot and the New York City Medical Examiner’s office will research the reason for death. Police said that examination is on.

Arnell joined the organization in May 2020, following past stretches at Avon, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Procter and Gamble.

Gustavo will be recalled by every one individuals he worked with for his authority, ability and initiative of our organization. I’m pleased to be his partner, and he will be genuinely missed by us all at Bed Bath and Beyond and every individual who appreciates getting to know him,” Harriet Edelman, the organization’s free executive of the board, said in an explanation Sunday.

Bed Bath & Beyond has faced recent turbulence: Its shares made a monstrous run from $5.77 to $23.08 in a little more than two weeks in August, a reminiscence of years past.

The home goods retailer, based in Union New Jersey, said it would close about 150 of its flagship stores and cut 20% of its workforce.

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