LATEST NEWS FOR Taste Holdings Ltd.  

Taste is a South African-based management group that currently owns and licenses a portfolio of corporate owned and franchised specialist and formula driven Quick Service Restaurant (QSR), coffee and luxury retail brands housed within two divisions: ... [more info]

Taste Holdings loses second CEO this year as focus shifts to luxury

Dylan Pienaar to step down with immediate effect.

Taste loses its appetite, will exit Starbucks and Domino’s

But who would be mad enough to buy these assets?

Taste Holdings sells Starbucks stores

In bid to exit food business.

Stockpiling ahead of Chinese sanctions sees global markets stronger

China reported a current account trade surplus of $41.6 billion, double what was anticipated.

Audit rotation hits KPMG, benefits rivals

64 JSE companies have rotated auditors since 2017, four years before it becomes mandatory.

Taste Holdings appoints Dylan Pienaar as CEO

Effective on Monday as part of its restructuring.

Rand rises as dollar falls before Fed rate decision

The rand's gains on Tuesday were also linked to dollar weakness

Taste halts Domino’s and Starbucks store expansion

Taste says the companies are not making enough money to justify further expansion.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

M&R and Aveng's potential combining, Taste Holdings results due, PPI figures, Alexander Forbes issues trading statement, PIC CEO's potential suspension.

Leadership changes at Taste Holdings

Things may not work ‘when part of your central kitchen needs to be making watches and jewellery,’ says Simon Brown of JustOneLap.

Five things making headlines in South Africa today

It could be 'Zuma day', Public Protector called to question, Taste's CEO resigns, Wiese slashes his shares in Steinhoff, and Resilient responds to accusations.

Taste’s Carlo Gonzaga to step down

Gonzaga will be succeeded by non-executive director Tyrone Moodley from February 12.

Taste Holdings: Cap in hand to shareholders again

If the fast food specialist successfully raises R398 million, it will mean that the company has raised nearly R1 billion in three years.

Taste still bets its recovery on Starbucks and Domino’s Pizza

Shareholders continue to stomach more losses from the fast-food player, which expects to breakeven in the next 18 months.

SEARCH ARTICLES BY COMPANY
Enter company name or share code:

NEWSLETTERS WEB APP SHOP PORTFOLIO TOOL TRENDING CPD HUB

Follow us:

Search Articles:Advanced Search
Click a Company: