The Swiss-Irish baked goods group, which owns the Cuisine de France and Otis Spunkmeyer labels, has been struggling to halt a decline in earnings, particularly in the US. Photograph: iStock

Embattled Irish-Swiss baked goods group Aryzta said its pick for chairman of the company, Andreas Schmid, had withdrawn his candidacy. “I had made my(...)

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/RollingNews.ie

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 (...)

Activist shareholders have taken issue with statement  from the board of Cuisine de France parent, Aryzta. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Conflict at frozen baked goods group Aryzta between the board and a group of activist shareholders escalated on Wednesday as the Veraison-led group hi(...)

Outgoing Aryzta chairman Gary McGann (left) with chief executive Kevin Toland. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Shares in Aryzta fell on Thursday amid speculation that the company’s move to line up a replacement for chairman Gary McGann meant it had not yet foun(...)