Owen Killian  with the RDS Gold Medal which was awarded by the resident of the RDS in October, 2014 Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Call it a bad karma but the moment former Aryzta boss Owen Killian received the RDS Gold Medal for Industry, the State’s top business award, things be(...)

Lansdowne Lodge has been bought by a company  linked to Patrick McEniff

It’s been a year since since former Aryzta chief Owen Killian announced his resignation from the multibillion euro food group, amid turmoil at the com(...)

The bakery group’s chairman  acknowledged  that the vote in favour of the compensation report was lower than the board would have liked.

Close to half of baker Aryzta’s shareholders opposed the Irish-Swiss group’s executive pay deal at its annual general meeting (agm) on Thursday. Aryz(...)

Irish inflation figures are due on Friday

MONDAY Indicators: Euro zone PPI (Oct); UK construction PMI (Nov). Meetings: Agri-food conference: “Food Wise: Challenge, Ambition, Opportunity” (C(...)

Aryzta’s former chief executive Owen Killian. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Has Aryzta finally turned a corner? The embattled Swiss-Irish baked goods has been on the backfoot for more than two years amid a series of profit war(...)

Cuisine de France, which  is part of the Arytza stable of products.

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has moved to allay investors that the proposed renewal of its two-year authority to issue share capital would not be use(...)

The Aryzta group has issued a series of profit alerts and disappointing earnings in the past two years, due in part to the poor performance of its US arm.

Troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has named Keith Cooper as its interim chief executive for its American business. Mr Cooper, a senior managing(...)

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 (...)

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(...)

Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian will have left the food group by March 31st, earlier than previously announced. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Shares fell sharply in Aryzta on Monday as the embattled food company announced half-year results including a 2.8 per cent revenue decrease to €1.9 b(...)

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