Bed Bath & Beyond is trying to stop flushing money down the toilet. Nearly five dozen store closures should help. The company plans to ultimately shut 150 stores, but is starting by liquidating 56, the majority of them in New York, New Jersey and the upper Midwest, according to Bloomberg. None of the impending store closures will be in New York City, although in 2020, Bed Bath and Beyond shuttered its Upper East Side location.
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