Emmanuel Faber

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A woman  receives  the AstraZeneca vaccine at Lichfield cathedral, UK, which has been converted into a temporary vaccination centre. Photograph: Oli Scarff/AFP

How did you spend your last Sunday afternoon? If you are of a certain age and live in the UK, there is a fair chance you did what I did and found your(...)

Danone gained 2.9 per cent after the company’s board ousted chairman and chief executive Emmanuel Faber due to growing pressure from shareholders. Its stock was on course to post its biggest percentage gain in more than four months.

World stock markets were little changed on Monday and benchmark US bond yields slipped from 13-month highs as investors looked to the US central bank(...)

Danone makes Evian bottled water and Activia yoghurts.

French food company Danone will cut up 2,000 jobs, or 2 per cent of its global workforce, as part of a reorganisation aimed at giving more power to co(...)

Danone’s Wexford facility employs 350 people and produces leading formula brands such as Aptamil and Cow & Gate for consumers in 41 countries.

Dairy giant Danone says its plant in Co Wexford has become the first infant formula production site in the world to be certified as carbon neutral. (...)

For 2020, Danone had been targetting like-for-like sales growth of 2-4 per cent and an operating margin above 15 per cent

Danone on Tuesday withdrew its financial guidance for 2020 due to the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but posted higher first-quarter s(...)

Danone  yoghurt: the company said the slowdown in its growth reflected tough market conditions in Spain and problems with the relaunch of its Activia brand in Europe. Photographer: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Food group Danone unveiled a €1 billion cost-cutting plan over three years, saying the turnaround of its European dairy division was taking longer tha(...)

The world’s largest yoghurt maker kept its full-year guidance, and said it was confident about its goal to stabilise dairy sales in Europe. Photograph: Vincent Kessler/File Photo/Reuters

French food group Danone reported a slowdown in quarterly sales growth on Tuesday that was slightly worse than expected as difficulties in China hurt(...)

 Gregg Engles, chairman and chief executive officer of WhiteWave with Franck Riboud, chairman of French food group Danone. Photograph: John Schults/Reuters

France’s Danone said yesterday it would double the size of its US business by buying organic foods producer WhiteWave Foods for $10.4 billion in its l(...)

Emmanuel Faber, chief executive officer of Danone SA, speaks during an interview in Paris, on  April 8th, 2016. Danone, the world’s biggest yogurt maker, forecast profitability to improve in 2016 as its fresh-dairy business recovers in Europe, sending the shares higher. Photograph: Marlene Awaad/Bloomberg

Danone on Tuesday reported stronger than expected first-quarter sales, and said it was on track to deliver higher sales and profits this year despite (...)

Ryanair closed 1.57 per cent up at €7.394, after breaking the €7.40 mark earlier in the day. The airline released figures showing August passenger numbers were up 4 per cent at 9.4 million. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

European stocks rose as Russia and Ukraine agreed on the steps needed for a truce, while a poor euro zone purchasing managers’ index stoked specula(...)