Aryzta will consider a request from investors to hold an egm.

Two of Aryzta’s largest shareholders have called for an extraordinary general meeting (egm) to remove several directors, including both chairman Gary (...)

 Cuisine de France is one of Aryzta’s brands. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Has Aryzta inched closer to selling its troubled US arm? That’s now the single biggest question hanging over the business. The Swiss-Irish baked goods(...)

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(...)