McDonald’s Corp. said its longtime chief public-relations executive, Jack Daly, died Saturday at the age of 62. Daly, who spent nearly 20 years with the Oak Brook, Ill.-based quick-service chain, oversaw global public relations. He died of cancer Saturday at his home in Hinsdale, Ill. “Simply put, Jack’s input on our brand and our business has been immeasurable,” chief executive Jim Skinner said in a statement. “Through the depth of his thinking and strength of ...

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