Daily Digest – October 5. Illinois Man Damages Repo Truck, Facing Felony Charges; Delinquency Rate on Auto Loans Increases … Barely


  • An Illinois man is facing two felony charges after threatening a repossession agent who had come to recover a vehicle and then damaging the tow truck. The man threatened to go into his house and get a weapon and then “took his frustrations” out on the truck, causing up to $10,000 in damage.



  • Delinquency rates on auto loans increased ever so slightly in the second quarter compared with the first three months of the year, the American Bankers Association reported yesterday. The delinquency rates on loans originated directly to individuals increased to 1.04% from 1.03% while the delinquency rate on loans originated through auto dealers increased to 1.84% from 1.83%.


WORTH NOTING: The Monopoly man crashed a Senate hearing yesterday … The 10 coolest neighborhoods in America … Police are slowly putting together how Stephen Paddock planned his assault on Las Vegas on Sunday night, but still don’t know why he did it … More than 70% of Americans think that robots are going to take over … Looking busy is the new status symbol in offices across the world … The president’s favorite TV show just got an hour longer … I hope that everyone is as happy as I am that hockey is back. Here is a look at the uniforms for every team … Mattel has canceled plans for an artificial intelligence toy that raised privacy concerns … Amazon is testing its own delivery service … Google unveiled earbuds that instantly translate into 40 languages.

The CEO of Salesforce is trying to close the gender pay gap

Google’s answer to the Amazon Echo Dot

If you have a tip or item you would like to share, or are interested in sponsoring the Daily Digest, please contact me at mike@canvasbusinessmedia.com.

About author View all posts

Profile photo of Mike Gibb

Mike Gibb

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Skip to toolbar