Burger King Holdings Inc. said Monday it has made several changes to its senior management team following its acquisition by 3G Capital. The New York-based and Brazilian-backed investment company took the nation's No. 2 burger chain private in a $4 billion deal that closed last week. Burger King and 3G Capital earlier had said Bernardo Hees would take over as chief executive following the deal, while former CEO John Chidsey would serve as co-chairman with 3G managing partner Alex ...

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