Burger King Corp. said global chief marketing officer Natalia Franco would exit the company as part of a reorganization of the brand’s operations and marketing structure. Franco joined the Miami-based quick-service brand a little less than nine months ago, coming over from the Coca-Cola Co. where she held the post of global vice president. Burger King, which was acquired last year by private-equity firm 3G Capital, consolidated its operations and marketing teams in North America and on ...

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