MIAMI Burger King Holdings Inc. said its board of directors has appointed chief executive John Chidsey to the additional post of chairman as part of a reshuffling that also brought the resignation of three representatives from the consortium that controls 32 percent of BK’s shares. The changes, which will shrink the company’s board to 10 seats, are effective June 30. Stepping down from the board at that time, BK said, will be the directors from TPG Capital, Bain Capital Partners and ...

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