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Shares in Aryzta  – best known in Ireland  for its Cuisine de France brand – lost more than 90%  of their value over the past five years. Photograph: iStock

Irish-Swiss food group Aryzta said revenue showed signs of stabilisation in the third quarter, rising 4.5 per cent year-on-year. The group has been (...)

Racegoers at Punchestown: the racing festival is expected to deliver a €64 million boost to the local economy. Photograph: Eric Luke

Independent News & Media has hired American investment bank Lazard to advise it on a potential sale for the company, which has attracted the inter(...)

Graeme McDowell is among the investors to back Galway-based Orreco

Golfer Graeme McDowell and and Padraig Harrington’s caddie Ronan Flood are among the investors to have backed Irish sports tech company Orreco as it c(...)

Shareholders in Cuisine de France owner Aryzta will, for now, accept steadiness. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Long-suffering investors in Aryzta could be forgiven for growing tired of peering through the greasy oven window for signs of life in the baked goods (...)

Photograph: iStock

Irish-Swiss baking group Aryzta saw its three-year programme to get the business back on track begin to pay off in the second half of the year, as org(...)

Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at Aryzta’s AGM in 2017. The company reports half-year results on Tuesday.  Photograph: Alan Betson

MONDAY Indicators: Irish construction PMI (Feb); German industrial production (Jan), exports and imports (Jan); US consumer inflation expectations ((...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland at the agm at the company’s Grange Castle plant in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson

How do you know when you’ve hit rock bottom? You rarely do, as Aryzta chief executive Kevin Toland found out, to his chagrin, in 2018. After several(...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann speaks during the company's annual shareholder meeting in Duebendorf, Switzerland November 1, 2018.   REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

Revenues at Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta fell by 5.2 per cent in the first three months of its financial year, as the Cuisine de France maker reitera(...)

The “contingency” duty-free space was the only design change  ICG sought for the WB Yeats.

Shipping company Irish Continental Group (ICG) has set aside space for a post-Brexit duty-free shop on its new passenger ferry, the WB Yeats. Brussel(...)

Aryzta CEO Kevin Toland and chairman Gary McGann attend the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Duebendorf, Switzerland, on Thursday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Shares in troubled Swiss-Irish bakery firm Aryzta have slumped 23 per cent since shareholders narrowly approved the company’s €790 million rights issu(...)

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