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 Scott Baker of 5 Generation Bakers shows off a rack of Jenny Lee cinnamon bread fresh from the oven. The company brought the Jenny Lee brand name out of retirement a few years ago and now sells the bread in stores across 20 states.
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Scott Baker of 5 Generation Bakers shows off a rack of Jenny Lee cinnamon bread fresh from the oven. The company brought the Jenny Lee brand name out of retirement a few years ago and now sells the bread in stores across 20 states.

5 Generation Bakers finds sweet success with taste of Jenny Lee

The McKees Rocks bakery revived the Jenny Lee brand, after the company’s first iteration closed in 2010 following a devastating fire.


 Mylan headquarters in Canonsburg.

Mylan, Heinz among U.S. companies using Luxembourg for tax reduction

Two Pittsburgh companies were among 343 firms that used Luxembourg to reduce tax bills, according to an international journalists group.



 Highmark and UPMC - shopping options for Pittsburgh insurance customers.

Pittsburgh insurance customers like Obamacare and the price wars for their business

Pittsburgh shoppers are happy with their plans — and happy to change plans if, say, UPMC has a better price than Highmark.



 Westinghouse CEO Danny Roderick

Westinghouse needs break in India nuclear stalemate

As Obama’s foreign trip nears, the Cranberry-based company waits for a resolution to issues keeping it from building plants in Gujarat.



 A working adjustable crescent wrench built in a 3D printer from a computer drawing in the manufacturing lab at Butler Community College.

Len Boselovic’s Heard off the Street: 3-D printing advances open up frontier of legal fights

Technology that makes it easy to make something designed by someone else could lead to battles over intellectual property rights.



 Josh Cascone, 23, prays during Bible study at In the Blood Tattoo and Piercing, the South Side headquarters of The End Ministries, an emergent ministry that offers hospitality to those who are disenchanted with mainstream churches.

Workzone: Tattoos are losing their taboo

There was a time when sporting a tattoo meant “you’re either a sailor, in the circus or fresh out of prison.”  Not anymore.



Elder Law: Intra-family loans can spell trouble for elderly, children alike

Transactions among family member done on nothing more than a handshake can have unintended consequences.


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Pittsburgh gas prices continue to tumble; seasonal increase in sight

The precipitous price decline that American drivers have enjoyed could slow as soon as next month, an analyst said



Westinghouse needs break in India nuclear stalemate

As Obama’s foreign trip nears, the Cranberry-based company waits for a resolution to issues keeping it from building plants in Gujarat.


 

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Workzone: Tattoos are losing their taboo

There was a time when sporting a tattoo meant “you’re either a sailor, in the circus or fresh out of prison.”  Not anymore.


 


 




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Completely redesigned for 2015, the WRX and the WRX STI have been garnering more than their fair share of awards and favorable reviews.



Mini spreads its wings with new Hardtop 4 Door

Mini is not your typical car brand—especially when it comes to rolling out new models.


 

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