Aryzta

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Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta is on the hunt for a new chief financial officer after Frederic Pflanz said he would step down in December. Mr Pflanz (...)

Dublin-listed Aryzta, which owns the Cuisine de France brand, has been struggling to halt a decline in earnings, particularly in the US. Photograph: iStock

Dissident shareholders at Aryzta have threatened legal action against the Swiss-Irish food group to ensure a planned extraordinary general meeting goe(...)

Turning around the company’s North American business is behind schedule, with Covid-19 posing major challenges.

Irish business grandee Gary McGann admitted in early 2019, a little year into the job as chairman of the Aryzta, that he may not have taken on the job(...)

Gary McGann, Aryzta chairman, and Kevin Toland, CEO, in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Shares in Aryzta jumped more than 15 per cent on Monday as the Swiss-Irish baked goods group, which has been under pressure in recent months from a gr(...)

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HSBC and Nokia dragged European shares lower on Wednesday as a surge in coronavirus cases appeared to threaten a recovery in the global economy, while(...)

Aryzta chairman Gary McGann and CEO Kevin Toland. Photograph: Alan Betson

A group of dissident shareholders seeking to oust a number of directors at troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has expanded, the company has said. (...)

Shares in Aryzta are down more than 85% from when the company raised about €800m in an emergency share sale in late 2018. Photograph: Reuters

Troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta needs to sell off a further €600 million of assets to reduce debt and “return the business to profitable growth(...)

Shares in Aryzta are down more than 85% from when the company raised about €800m in an emergency share sale in late 2018. Photograph: Reuters

Troubled Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta needs to sell off a further €600 million of assets to reduce debt and “return the business to profitable growth(...)

Aryzta said it has reopened bakeries in Europe and the US, and brought some staff back from furlough.

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta said it has seen “steady improvement” in revenue trends as lockdowns to slow the spread of coronavirus have eased. The(...)

Shares in Aryzta are down more than 85 per cent from when the company raised about €800 million in an emergency share sale in late 2018.

A group of dissident shareholders Aryzta has accused the baked goods group of “delaying tactics” in only agreeing to hold an extraordinary general mee(...)

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