WASHINGTON Funds controlled by Bain Capital, TPG Capital and Goldman Sachs, which together took Burger King Holdings Inc. public last year, have sold a total of 19.9 million of their common shares for about $486 million, reducing their combined equity in BK to about 43 percent, according to filings with securities regulators. In the Nov. 21 filings, Boston-based Bain said it sold 4.96 million shares on Nov. 19 for $24.13 per share, and another 864,000 shares Nov. 21, also for $24.13 ...

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