Gary Mcgann

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Kevin Toland previously led Glanbia’s US and global nutritionals unit.

Shares in Aryzta rallied on Friday as analysts cheered the appointment of Kevin Toland, chief executive of airport operator DAA, as its next chief exe(...)

Aryzta, the producer of the Cuisine de France brand, said its “financial and operational focus is on cash generation”. Photograph: iStockphoto

Aryzta has announced that it is currently evaluating alternatives for its 49 per cent shareholding in Picard. In a statement regarding speculation (...)

Tony Smurfit, chief executive of Smurfit Kappa, saw his remuneration rise by almost 9 per cent last year to €1.66 million. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Tony Smurfit, chief executive of Smurfit Kappa, saw his remuneration rise by almost 9 per cent last year to €1.66 million, driven by a jump in his bas(...)

The Marker Hotel in Dublin’s Grand Canal Square will  have 30 bedrooms on the new floor, and the main restaurant will be moved to the rooftop. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Businessmen Ulick and Des McEvaddy have secured the financial backing of a Dubai-based investment group to build a proposed €2 billion terminal scheme(...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann: said he was confident company could  cut debt mountain. Photograph: Eric Luke

Aryzta shares, the worst performers so far this year on the Iseq 20 index, succumbed to heavy betting among hedge funds ahead of the frozen baked good(...)

 Gary McGann, who officially retired from his chief executive role at Smurfit Kappa Group 18 months ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

So, how is “retirement”, if that’s what you could call it, going for Gary McGann? The veteran corporate executive officially retired from his chief e(...)

Gary McGann joined Smurfit as chief financial officer in 1998 and has been associated with the company since.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Smurfit Kappa’s former chief executive, Gary McGann, plans to step down from the paper and packaging group’s board in May, as he devotes himself to re(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian who announced this week that he is leaving the company. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Baked goods group Aryzta shares have collapsed in the past month like a bad soufflé – but they are flavour of the month in some parts. Some 9 per ce(...)

In 1997, with Owen Killian as number two, IAWS charted its rise by buying Cuisine De France and reinventing itself as a convenience food business. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The departure of Aryzta’s long-standing boss Owen Killian, the man credited with transforming an ailing Irish agricultural business into an internatio(...)

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 (...)

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