Why Aryzta took steps to restore investor confidence

The company's three top executives, including CEO Owen Killian, have resigned

14th February, 2017
Why Aryzta took steps to restore investor confidence
Aryzta chief executive Owen Killian and CFO Patrick McEniff Pic: RollingNews.ie

Shares in Aryzta, the Swiss-Irish food group which owns Cuisine de France, rose by more than 20 per cent in Zurich this morning after it announced the departure of its three top executives and a review of its joint ventures in a bid to restore stability after a profit warning last month.

The company said that chief executive Owen Killian, chief financial officer Patrick McEniff and John Yamin, the head of its US operations, have resigned...

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