Daniel H. Cohen, Former Times Executive Who Led Advertising Growth, Dies at 64

Daniel H. Cohen, who was the senior vice president in charge of advertising when The New York Times became the first publication to generate more than $1 billion in advertising in a single year, died on Friday in Zurich. He was 64.

He had traveled to Zurich with family members and died there after a long struggle with brain cancer, his family said.

Mr. Cohen was a great-grandson of Adolph S. Ochs, the family patriarch who bought The Times in 1896, and a first cousin of Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr., the company’s current chairman and publisher, and of Michael Golden, the vice chairman.

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