Urs Jordi

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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(...)

Former Aryzta chairman Gary McGann during the company’s annual shareholder meeting in Switzerland, 2018. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Troubled Swiss-Irish bakery group Aryzta may have been the second-worst Iseq 20 performer last year, falling by about 36 per cent, but that didn’t sto(...)

The maker of Cuisine de France baked goods acquired a 49%  interest in Picard in early 2015 for €447m.  Photograph: Reuters/Arnd Wiegmann

Listed food group Aryzta has reached a deal with private equity groups Lion Capital and Invest Group Zouari (IGZ) to sell its remaining 4.6 per cent s(...)

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(...)

The decision to turn down the bid had been largely expected.

Bakery group Aryzta’s new board confirmed on Friday evening it was rejecting a €734 million takeover offer from US hedge fund Elliott Management and t(...)

Irish baked goods producer Cuisine de France is owned by listed company Aryzta. Photograph: iStock

Veraison Capital, the Zurich activist investment firm that mounted a campaign against Aryzta in May, sold more than half of its 9.81 per cent stake in(...)

Irish baked goods producer Cuisine de France is owned by listed company Aryzta, which held its agm in Switzerland on Tuesday behind closed doors. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A small number of activist investors in Aryzta saw through the completion of a boardroom overhaul at the Swiss-Irish bakery group’s annual general mee(...)

A range of goods produced by Cuisine de France, an Irish subsidiary of listed food group Aryzta.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Gregor Greber, the activist investor who orchestrated a boardroom coup in bakery group Aryzta in September, came to the decisive extraordinary general(...)

Aryzta has been struggling to turn itself around after a disastrous acquisition spree in the wake of the financial crash.

Takeover target Aryzta has announced the departure of another senior executive from the company. Gregory Sklikas, chief executive Europe, will leave w(...)

Shareholder advisory group Ethos has recommended Aryzta shareholders vote against the re-election of chairman Urs Jordi, who has only been in the job for two months.

Shareholder advisory group Ethos has recommended Aryzta shareholders vote against the re-election of chairman Urs Jordi, who has only been in the job (...)

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