CUNA this week has submitted letters for the record of hearings on two key credit union issues. More
A March 24 article in the Army Times described how credit unions that specialize in the U.S. military go beyond the call of duty in serving their memberships. More
Not only has Michigan branded April as National Financial Literacy Month, but thanks to the Michigan Credit Union League, the state's lawmakers have passed a resolution recognizing the month as Youth Financial Literacy Month as well. More
A Tuesday House committee hearing on regulatory burdens will lead the week for credit unions, but also high on the radar are congressional actions involving patent reform bills. The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to complete a mark-up of patent reform legislation and the House Energy and Commerce subcommittee has scheduled a hearing on patent abuses. More
A Tampa-based credit union has put together a new marketing campaign to demonstrate how it offers "more" to its members: More products, more member services, more everything. More
The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation determined data security breach class action lawsuits against Target Corp. will be consolidated in the District of Minnesota for the purposes of discovery and pre-trial motions. More
Driven by big-ticket purchases, consumer credit climbed by $16.5 billion in February, exceeding expectations of a $14 billion increase for the month. More
Recognizing that a disaster can disrupt the "orderly conduct of lending relationships with individual members," the National Credit Union Administration Monday encouraged credit unions to work with their members affected by the March 22 mudslide in Snohomish County, Wash. More
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