What’s next for embattled Aryzta?
With the share price down to €8 from over €70 five years ago, one option for Aryzta could be to try raising outside capital
Will Gary McGann and Kevin Toland rue the day they stepped off a plane in Zurich to take the helm at the struggling food company Aryzta? McGann, as non-executive chairman, can at least console himself that it is a part-time role and he has many other directorships. Toland, a year in the job as chief executive, has the day-to-day pressure of knowing that he is the ultimate decision-maker for the company that has been dogged by a series of woes in the last two years.
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