Kevin Toland

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Aryzta chairman Gary McGann addresses the company’s agm in Duebendorf, Switzerland, on Thursday. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

“When you have the CEO and the CFO meeting customers to talk about the balance sheet, debt covenants and risks of breech as distinct from talking abou(...)

Aryzta chief executive Kevin Toland and non-executive director Dan Flinter:  must get the €800 million capital raise across the line. Photograph: Alan Betson

In the context of a near-three-year-long plunge in the share price, a sequence of profit warnings and missed earnings targets, and the ousting of the (...)

DAA chief executive Dalton Philips: “We could bring more flights into this country today if we had the capacity.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

One of DAA chief executive Dalton Philips’s first memories of Dublin Airport is of sitting on the grass close to one of its fringes watching his mothe(...)

Former Paddy Power Betfair chief executive Breon Corcoran (R) saw his salary increase 105% before he left the bookmaker. Photograph: Eric Luke

The bosses of Ireland’s top 20 companies earned, on average, 33 times more than their staff and secured pay increases twice as large as their employee(...)

Gary McGann, chairman and Kevin Toland, CEO of Aryzta. Toland has raised about €230 million so far from disposals – including Irish restaurant supplier La Rousse. Photograph: Alan Betson

Eleven months after taking over the helm of beleaguered baked goods group Aryzta, Kevin Toland finally caved in to the inevitable this week, unveiling(...)

Average rents in Dublin are now above €1,900 a month,  13.4 per cent or €229 a month higher than they were just a year ago, according to a new report

A new report has highlighted the chronic shortage of student housing in Dublin and other cities, while accusing the Government of “negligent inaction”(...)

Aryzta has sold unwanted assets, including Irish restaurant supplier La Rousse Foods and its troubled Cloverhill facilities in the US, since Kevin Toland took over the helm last September

Aryzta is planning to invest 150 million Brazilian real (€33.8m) to build a fifth bread-making facility in Brazil, just as chief executive Kevin Tolan(...)

Chairman Gary McGann and chief executive Kevin Toland: relatively new management team wrestling with the consequences of their predecessors’ mistakes. Photograph: Alan Betson

The only surprising aspect of Aryzta’s announcement yesterday that it plans to raise €800 million in fresh equity was the actual amount. The Irish-Swi(...)

Aryzta said it would raise the cash by issuing new shares, giving the right to current investors to buy the stock in proportion to their existing holdings

Analysts believe shareholders will back troubled Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta’s bid to raise €800 million despite seeing the group’s value fall by €420 mi(...)

Aryzta chairman  Gary McGann and chief executive  Kevin Toland. Analysts agree that the management team has inherited most of the problems with which they are now wrestling. Photograph: Alan Betson

There’ll likely be no cake to celebrate the 10th birthday this month of Irish-Swiss baker Aryzta. It is probably looking to raise some dough. In the w(...)

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