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RS Charts: DJ Khaled Takes Number One With Star-Studded 'Khaled Khaled'

Thomas Rhett’s Country Time lands at Number Eight

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DJ Khaled scores his first Number One on the RS 200 with 'Khaled Khaled.'

Thomas Rhett’s Country Time lands at Number Eight

Rolling Stone200 Albums chart tracks the most popular releases of the week in the United States. Entries are ranked by album units, a number that combines digital and physical album sales, digital song sales, and audio streams using a custom weighting system. The chart does not include passive listening such as terrestrial radio or digital radio. The

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RS200 Albums chart is updated daily, and each weekRolling Stonefinalizes and publishes an official version of the chart, covering the seven-day period ending with the previous Thursday.Outside of the Top Ten, the French heavy metal veteranslanded at Number 23 with

Fortitude, their seventh studio album. The collection was boosted by robust sales — more than 14,000 — though it earned relatively few streams (3.8 million).Street Sermons, the new album from Morray, arrived at Number 42. It’s the rapper’s debut following his breakout hit “Quicksand.” headtopics.com

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Cars, pavements washed away as Belgian town hit by worst floods in decades

The southern Belgian town of Dinant was hit by the heaviest floods in decades on Saturday after a two-hour thunderstorm turned streets into torrential streams that washed away cars and pavements but did not kill anyone.

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Steve Rattner: Number of factors hurting the pace of rehiring.SteveRattner: 'The labor force as a whole is 3 and a half million people smaller than it was before the pandemic, these are not people who dropped out to collect unemployment insurance…but simply because of one reason or another they don't want to work' SteveRattner If you can't pay a living wage, don't hire and do it yourself. If that fails, you're not meant to own a business. SteveRattner if they're still offering slave wages, and not taking adequate steps to prevent their employees from contracting covid, then they are not struggling hard enough SteveRattner

Record number of shareholders reject CEO pay packagesCNBC's Leslie Picker reports on the record number of shareholders rejecting compensation packages for CEOs in 2021. LesliePicker More good news please((( LesliePicker Well it's outrageous think about it co-pay and upper management pay has increased over 400% while working class pay is increased just 4% so more than a hundred to one it's outrageous LesliePicker Finally waking up , maybe 😊

Growing number of GOP-led states move to end Covid unemployment benefitsA growing number of Republican-led states are moving to end the extra $300 per week in Covid-19 pandemic-related unemployment benefits, arguing that the relief is disincentivizing American workers from rejoining the labor force. Just what Mississippi needs: Less money in the hands of its people. But tatereeves is totally on-brand. GOP States removing incentive for workers to stay at home, Dems work hard to spin counter. Why is it the they are not saying that the employers are not paying enough money to allow employees not to rely on government handouts?