Bed Bath & Beyond taps chief accounting officer as interim CFO after executive’s suicide

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Bed Bath & Beyond has tapped its chief accounting officer as interim CFO after its former executive died on Friday.

Laura Crossen is interim chief financial officer as of Monday, the company said in a regulatory filing. She will continue as the company’s principal accounting officer.

The company’s former CFO Gustavo Arnal fell to his death in New York City on Friday. The medical examiner later ruled the death a suicide.

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