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Instructors at cash-strapped schools are tapping strangers to help give students the tools they need.
Their numbers are up, along with their sales, as e-book novelty wears off and human interaction becomes a top priority.
The discount giant joins other big chains in posting disappointing results and tepid outlooks. But it seems to be faring worse overall.
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