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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(...)

Irish baked goods producer Cuisine de France is owned by listed company Aryzta. Photograph: iStock

Veraison Capital, the Zurich activist investment firm that mounted a campaign against Aryzta in May, sold more than half of its 9.81 per cent stake in(...)

Aryzta owns the Cuisine de France brand in Ireland and supplies internationally to the likes of McDonal’s, Subway and Lidl.

The board of Aryzta is at odds over whether to continue to entertain a potential takeover bid from a unit of US activist hedge fund group Elliott Mana(...)

Aryzta  CEO Gary McGann speaks during the company’s annual shareholder meeting in 2018.  File photo: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann

Fund managers and analysts who dialled into Aryzta’s full-year results conference call on Tuesday to get a sense of whether a rapport was developing b(...)

Aryzta has lined up Andreas Schmid, the former head of Swiss-Belgian chocolate giant Barry Callebaut, to replace Gary McGann as chairman. Photograph: Reuters

Swiss-Irish food company Aryzta has declined to comment on a report that it plans to sell off its underperforming US business as part of a restructuri(...)

Outgoing Aryzta chairman Gary McGann. Photograph: Sam Boal/

Investor advisory group ISS has recommended Aryzta shareholders back the company’s proposed replacement for outgoing chairman Gary McGann at next mont(...)

Aryzta has been struggling to halt a decline in earnings, particularly in the United States. File photograph: Reuters

US-based Flowers Foods and Hostess Brands, Japan’s Yamazaki Baking and Grupo Bimbo of Mexico have emerged as possible buyers for troubled Swiss-Irish (...)

Dublin-listed Aryzta, which owns the Cuisine de France brand, has been struggling to halt a decline in earnings, particularly in the US. Photograph: iStock

Dissident shareholders at Aryzta have threatened legal action against the Swiss-Irish food group to ensure a planned extraordinary general meeting goe(...)

Shares in Aryzta are down more than 85% from when the company raised about €800m in an emergency share sale in late 2018. Photograph: Reuters

Troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta needs to sell off a further €600 million of assets to reduce debt and “return the business to profitable growth(...)

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