Chief executive Owen Killian said the decline in Aryzta’s North America business is expected to continue through Q4. (Photograph:Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times)

Swiss based food group Aryzta reported a 13.2 per cent growth in revenues for its third quarter, but underlying revenues fell by 2.3 per cent as it w(...)

Killowen: the house was built by the late Mr Justice Seamus Egan in the gardens of his former home, number 17 Shrewsbury Road

The family of former Davy high-flyer David Shubotham has emerged as the buyer of Killowen, a modern house on Shrewsbury Road that was purchased in 201(...)

Owen Killian: CEO Aryzta. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

* It’s been an eventful week or so for Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish food group run by Owen Killian, the former boss of IAWS.The company told investors it h(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian regularly admits to being haunted by the idea of becoming irrelevant.Photograph:Cyril Byrne

Is Ireland’s humble ready-meal about to get a French makeover? Swiss-Irish food giant Aryzta is in talks to buy a 49 per cent stake in the French food(...)

Aryzta chief executive officer Owen Killian said Picard was an ideal replacement for the group’s Origin holding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Shares in Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta fell to their lowest level in 18 months after it announced plans to buy a stake in French food retailer Pic(...)

Arytza chief executive Owen Killian: “The transaction will benefit the free float of Origin Enterprises and transform Aryzta into a pure play in speciality food.”

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has raised more than €404 million from the sale of 49 million shares in agri services business Origin Enterprises.Aryzta(...)

Aryzta chief executive officer Owen Killian said that the results underscores the “substantial expansion” of its food group business over the last six months. (Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times)

Swiss based food group Aryzta reported a 13.6 per cent jump in revenues for the first half of its financial year on Monday, but it still missed analy(...)

The mystery buyer of 2 Shrewsbury Road – the second most expensive house purchased in the State this year – is Owen Killian, founding chief executi(...)

Owen Killian,  Aryzta chief executive, who was recently awarded the RDS gold medal for business. Photograph:Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Food and agricultural supplies group Aryzta saw group revenue jump 13.8 per cent to €1.26 billion in first quarter of its financial year.In a trading (...)

Sweet spot: Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian at a ceremony in the RDS last Friday at which he was awarded the Gold Medal for industry in recognition of his success with Aryzta and previously IAWS. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aryzta boss Owen Killian tells a story about returning to Dublin from Zurich in January 2010. At the time, Ireland was in financial meltdown: unemp(...)