Michael Scarpaci, a reputed Gambino associate who is about to begin a 25-month sentence after being convicted of a $20 million securities scam, has reinvented himself as quite the successful car salesman.
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Gap supervisors and Sears managers, watch out -- car dealerships are trying to recruit your best and brightest female employees. Asbury Automotive, a group that owns dealerships in Florida and Texas, will be hitting the mall to pass along business cards, in an effort to find women interested in making double pay for an identical number of hours. The timing is right, too -- women influence an all-time high 81 percent of all new vehicle purchases, and the dealer group is hoping that employing
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