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The bakery group, which owns the Cuisine de France label here and supplies Subway and McDonald’s, is set to issue its third-quarter revenue update on June 1st. Photograph: iStock

Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta said it has completed the sale of its North American business to an affiliate of US private equity firm Lindsay Goldbe(...)

In a statement, Aryzta said more details of the sale would be provided on Monday with the company’s half-year results. File photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta is to sell its troubled North American business to US private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg for $850 million (€711 millio(...)

Trading of Aryzta’s shares on Euronext Dublin will cease on March 1st at 5.30pm

Aryzta’s Irish investors who hold shares that are tradable on Euronext Dublin are being told to contact their broker or financial adviser to discuss s(...)

Shares in Aryzta, which owns the Cuisine de France brand in Ireland, are down 19 per cent over the past 12 months, notwithstanding a rally from late April. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish bakery group, said on Monday that it will scrap its Irish stock-market listing that dates back to 1988, underscoring how the g(...)

Former Aryzta chairman Gary McGann during the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Switzerland, 2018. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Troubled Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta may have been the second-worst Iseq 20 performer last year, falling by about 36 per cent, but that didn’t sto(...)

Aryzta owns the Cuisine de France label in Ireland, and supplies the likes of McDonald’s, Subway and Lidl

Veraison Capital, a Zurich activist investment firm that mounted a campaign against Aryzta in May, has reduced its stake in the beleaguered Swiss-Iris(...)

The decision to turn down the bid had been largely expected.

Bakery group Aryzta’s new board confirmed on Friday evening it was rejecting a €734 million takeover offer from US hedge fund Elliott Management and t(...)

Aryzta owns the Cuisine de France label in Ireland and supplies the likes of McDonald’s, Subway and Lidl. Photograph: iStock

Aryzta shareholder Lodbrok Capital has signalled “its increased confidence” in new plans to rescue the ailing food business, while a prominent German (...)

Swiss-Irish baking group Aryzta saw revenue decline in its first quarter

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta says it plans to raise up to €800 million by selling off various parts of the business, which may include the group’s tr(...)

Irish food brand Cuisine de France is owned by Swiss-Irish listed group Aryzta. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aryzta’s largest shareholder Cobas Asset Management has come out strongly against Elliott Management’s takeover bid for the company, saying it underva(...)

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