MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc. set a price Thursday of $22 per share for the previously announced secondary offering of 21 million shares of common stock held by the company's majority owners, whose gross gain would be about $462 million. Burger King will not receive any proceeds from the sale.The selling shareholders are private-equity funds controlled by Texas Pacific Group, the Goldman Sachs Funds, Bain Capital Partners and certain charities that may receive shares of common ...
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