Bed, Bath & Beyond's Horrible News
The home goods firm, which is struggling to survive, was just hit by tragedy.
The merchant of home goods is fighting to stay afloat when tragedy strikes: the CFO supposedly just committed suicide.
The "Jenga Building," a brand-new skyscraper in Manhattan's Tribeca neighbourhood, is where a man allegedly committed himself by jumping to his death, according to the New York Post.
The publication, citing police sources, claims that Gustavo Arnal, 52, fell from the 18th level of this building on September 2.
On this information, Bed, Bath & Beyond has not yet made any remarks. The corporation didn't answer TheStreet's inquiry right away.
Arnal has the position of "Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer" according to the organization's website.