Co-chairman had served as CEO before buyout by 3G Capital
John W. Chidsey will resign next month as co- chairman of the board of directors at Burger King Holdings Inc., ending his tenure with the quick-service chain he led as chief executive prior to its September 2010 acquisition by private-equity firm 3G Capital. Since that nearly $4 billion deal, Burger King largely has cleared the decks in its executive suite, accepting the resignations of Chidsey, controller and chief accounting officer David Chojnowski, global chief marketing officer Natalia ...
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