Daily Digest – March 1. Stolen Vehicles Found on Repo Lot To Be Auctioned Off


  • The vehicles on the lot of a Georgia repossession agent who is now in prison for theft will be auctioned off this weekend, after it was found that most of them were stolen. More than $100,000 in vehicles are still on the lot and will be up for auction.


WORTH NOTING: Hope Hicks, the White House communications director, is resigning, one day after testifying before the House Intelligence Committee regarding its probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election … The “brilliant” tactical choice that Hicks made in her resignation … Indiana, New Jersey, and California are the states with the lowest quality of life, according to a new report …  Academy Award nominees are getting swag bags with $100,000 worth of stuff in them, including a 12-night vacation in Zanzibar and Tanzania … Why changes in the tax code may lead to an increase in divorces … Wells Fargo is in the spotlight again, this time for how it handled consumer fraud investigations … Facebook is rolling out a job search and application feature … Food stamps do not cover the average meal price in 99% of counties in the U.S. … An interesting question: should non-smokers get more vacation days than smokers? … How much time you can expect your employees to spend watching March Madness games while at work … Already experiencing a chicken shortage, KFC is now running out of gravy.

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