Bed Bath & Beyond’s technology chief resigns after possible data breach

Bed Bath & Beyond is revamping itself. (File photo)

Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. said in a Securities & Exchange Commission filing Wednesday that its customer and technology chief, Rafeh Masood, will resign effective Dec. 2.

The announcement comes days after the home goods retailer reported a possible data breach.

Bed Bath & Beyond said the departure is “not the result of any disagreement” with the company on any matter relating to its operations, practices or financial statements.

Late in October, Bed Bath & Beyond named Sue Gove to the permanent roles of CEO and president. Gove was named the interim CEO in June after the company replaced Mark Tritton in a management shake-up to reverse a slump in its business.