(Burger King buyout article updated with additional commentary and stock price movement.)MIAMI ( TheStreet) -- Shares of Burger King Holdings ( BKC) surged for the second day as the Whopper-and-fries chain agreed to be taken private by 3G Capital for $4 billion, with the assumption of the company's debt. Under the terms of the deal, Burger King shareholders will receive $24 in cash per share, a 45.9% premium to Burger King's closing price on Tuesday, before rumors of the buyout began circulating on Wall Street. It will be the second time in eight years that Burger King has taken itself private.
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