Charles Cawley, who founded MBNA Corp. and built it into an affinity credit-card empire that was sold to Bank of America Corp. for $35 billion, has died. He was 75.

He died Nov. 18 at his residence in Camden, Maine, his son-in-law Michael Rhodes said in a telephone interview. No cause was given.

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