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Four-time US Olympian Allison Schmitt has been using Orreco’s solutions for the past two years.

Sports science research has traditionally ignored female athletes but technology is helping to redress the balance with the result that many are now a(...)

Aryzta owns the Cuisine de France label in Ireland and supplies the likes of McDonald’s, Subway and Lidl. Photograph: iStock

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta is backing the re-election of chairman Urs Jordi at its annual general meeting in November. Mr Jordi was appointed as c(...)

Shares in Aryzta, which went on in March to scrap its Irish stock-market listing as its centre of gravity moved to Zurich, are currently trading at 1.30 Swiss francs (€1.20)

It’s a year to the month since a group of activist shareholders in Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish baked goods group, oversaw a boardroom coup resulting in th(...)

Developer Bartra claims its shared living scheme addresses the needs of a number of societal groups that are not catered for by standard accommodation models.

An Bord Pleanála has given the green light for a controversial €25 million co-living scheme in Ballsbridge by leading property developer, Bartra Prope(...)

The bakery group, which owns the Cuisine de France label here and supplies Subway and McDonald’s, is set to issue its third-quarter revenue update on June 1st. Photograph: iStock

Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta said it has completed the sale of its North American business to an affiliate of US private equity firm Lindsay Goldbe(...)

In a statement, Aryzta said more details of the sale would be provided on Monday with the company’s half-year results. File photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta is to sell its troubled North American business to US private equity firm Lindsay Goldberg for $850 million (€711 millio(...)

Dr Brian Moore co-founder and CEO of Orreco, at Knocknarea Arena, Sligo. ‘We want to be the go-to place if you are looking for suggestions around your training or health, no matter at what level you are.’ Photograph: The Irish Times/James Connolly

Orreco might have some way to go before it becomes as recognisable a brand as Fitbit or Peloton, but that is where its ambitions lie. And having land(...)

Orreco co-founder and chief executive Brian Moore: ‘Our strategic investments over the past 10 years in applied data science and machine learning and our dedicated focus on women’s sport, in particular, is now compounding in value’

Irish sports technology company Orreco has secured $3.6 million (€3 million) in a funding round led by True Ventures, an early investor in both Fitbit(...)

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(...)

Amazon’s shares soared as much as 92 per cent during 2020. Photograph: Thorsten Wagner/Bloomberg

Amazon was a clear Wall Street winner from the coronavirus crisis. The online retailer and cloud computing giant’s shares soared as much as 92 per ce(...)

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