Shareholders in troubled food group Aryzta are voting Thursday on a 900 million Swiss franc (€790 million) fundraising that has drawn fire from the co(...)

Aryzta CEO Kevin Toland addresses the company’s annual news conference in Zurich.

A key advisor on Swiss-Irish frozen baked goods group Aryzta’s multimillion-euro cost-cutting plan has been named as the new chief executive of Austra(...)

Kevin Toland, CEO and Dan Flinter non executive director of Aryzta at the company’s agm in Dublin last year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Aryzta shareholders have been advised to vote down the company’s planned €800 million rights issue, which management says is needed to pay down debt a(...)

Cuisine de France owner is under pressure to hold a second egm over the scale of its planned fundraising. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aryzta, the troubled Irish-Swiss baked goods group, has been urged to halve the scale of a planned €800 million rights issue designed to pay down debt(...)

Owen Killian, CEO Aryzta. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

In 1997, the former Irish Agricultural Wholesale Society (IAWS), later to become Aryzta, acquired the Cuisine de France brand for IR£51 million (€64 m(...)