The Panera Bread Foundation opened its fourth pay-what-you-can Panera Cares café on Thursday in Chicago. The nonprofit foundation, which first launched Panera Cares in May 2010 in Clayton, Mo., has other locations in Dearborn, Mich., and Portland, Ore. "It is a combination of the generosity of Chicagoans and the community needs that make the city ideal for our newest Panera Cares café,” Ron Shaich, founder, chairman and co-chief executive of St. Louis, ...

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