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Aryzta CEO Owen Killian: he has ruled out going cap in hand to shareholders for money to bolster the balance sheet

In late 2015, after a rocky six months in which Aryzta’s stock had tumbled 50 per cent amid a series of disappointing earnings results from the Swiss-(...)

Wall Street was flat after the open on the last trading day of 2016 due to losses across most sectors, but was still on track to record hefty gains for the year.  Photograph: Stephen Yang/Reuters

European stocks inched higher on the last trading day of the year, poised for their first annual decline since the peak of the sovereign-debt crisis i(...)

Ryanair put in another strong session, rising 1.7 per cent, following sector wide trends. Photograph: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

European stocks climbed to an 11-month high on merger and acquisition speculation on Friday, while the dollar’s rally paused as investors adjusted the(...)

Lloyds Banking Group rose as investors digested news the government had reduced its stake in the bailed-out bank to just below 7 per cent. Photograph: David Moir/Reuters

European shares rose on Tuesday, boosted by a rally in Italy’s biggest bank UniCredit on plans to bolster its balance sheet, possibly averting another(...)

Gary McGann: The former Smurfit boss is up for the position of chairman of Aryzta food group.  Photograph: Frank Miller

Shareholders in Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta have backed the appointment of Gary McGann as chairman, though close to one in five voted against. Inst(...)

Owen Killian: bonus was withheld “pending the resumption of growth in underlying fully diluted earnings per share”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times Owen Killian: bonus was withheld “pending the resumption of growth in underlying fully diluted earnings per share”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aryzta boss Owen Killian rarely delivers a speech without referencing his favourite theme: relevance. He puts the company’s rise from ailing feed and (...)

Owen Killian: bonus was withheld “pending the resumption of growth in underlying fully diluted earnings per share”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Swiss-Irish food group Aryzta has withheld the performance-related bonus of its chief executive, Owen Killian, amid ongoing concern over its troubled(...)

UK supermarket stocks slumped after the British arm of Aldi said it will invest £300 million in store revamps following another year of record sales. Photograph:  Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

A plunge in bank shares yesterday put a halt to the optimism that lifted European equities last week, sending them to their biggest slide since early(...)

Federal Reserve chairwoman  Janet Yellen holds a news conference following the two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting in Washington. Photograph: Reuters

European shares hit a one-week high on Wednesday before the outcome of a Fed meeting, with banks rallying after a policy overhaul at the Bank of Japa(...)

Dublin heavyweight CRH fell almost 0.9 per cent

UK and European stocks fell, bringing a halt to their longest advance in almost seven weeks. Poor performances by banks damaged markets across Europe(...)

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