ATLANTA —Jack Hayes, the accomplished poet, humanitarian and business journalist who was Nation’s Restaurant News’ Southeast bureau chief for 19 years, died Jan. 26 after an apparent heart attack at his home in suburban Snellville, Ga. He was 60. Hayes, who earned a reputation among NRN readers and editorial associates for his skills in covering restaurant operations, trends and management matters, was perhaps most admired for his ...

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