Aryzta chief executive Kevin Toland, right, pictured beside the company’s chairman Gary McGann. Might Toland be wishing he had remained in charge of DAA? Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Despite the flack that State airports company DAA has taken from some airlines lately, it’s a fair bet that Kevin Toland probably wishes he was still (...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian, who announced this week that he will leave the company in July. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Embattled baked goods company Aryzta, which owns Cuisine de France, has lost a fourth top executive as the group faces into an unprecedented restructu(...)

Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish food company behind Cuisine de France, has seen its share price fall by more than a third from where it traded before a profit warning. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish food company behind Cuisine de France breads and pastries, has seen its second largest shareholder cut its stake by more than (...)

Aryzta Owen Killian chief executive:  the team may have misjudged  the impact of its cookies and muffins unit Otis Spunkmeyer attempting to retail its brands directly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aryzta’s need to refinance €600 million of debt in the next year has become more difficult in the wake of the latest profit warning this week from the(...)

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(...)