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DJ Khaled isn't the only artist to bundle his album with a product to boost sales. Plus: how retailers are attracting hourly workers and an interview with Serious Eats founder Ed Levine.
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A recent spat with DJ Khaled is making the music industry question what really counts as a sold copy of an album.
But there are budding efforts to give hourly workers in those fields more dependable hours.
The goal: More Americans in high-paying jobs.
Wells Fargo, in trouble with regulators and lawmakers, is having trouble finding a new boss.
Serious Eats was Ed Levine's "dream job." "I just didn't know all the baggage that would come with the dream job."