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As of June 30, 400 breaches are reported and more than 117 million records are confirmed at risk.
Kansas Corporate is the surviving institution, but will announce a new name soon.
Voluntary program helps Maryland students learn about U.S. history and patriotism.
We'll return on Monday, July 6. Enjoy your long weekend!
Southeastern and California/Nevada league presidents draft letters to Congress in support of the bill.
This week's people news includes a new hire at CUNA, a credit union CEO retirement and several service awards.
Credit unions are seeing an uptick in credit card usage this year, executives say.
John Dee Carruth says the credit union's exceeding of the MBL cap is a result of varying opinions from regulators.
Study reveals 8.9% year-over-year growth in currency in circulation from 2009-2013.
New software imports information directly from credit unions’ general ledgers.
For Independence Day, credit unions plan to sponsor fireworks shows and host all-American events.
Affected institutions are encouraged to participate in public comment on the assessment tool.
John Dee Carruth speaks candidly about the political forces he says are working against Alabama One.
Credit Union 1's 0% APR loans will help Illinois state employees cover missed paychecks.
Florida credit union partners with IMM for online and mobile loan processing solutions.
Those banned from federally insured financial institutions include an employee from the defunct Lynrocten FCU.
Study documents the economic impact of the nation's second largest credit union.
A GOBankingRates.com study finds ten credit unions beat big banks in checking account rates.
Supreme Court ruling dashes hopes disparate impact standards would no longer be applied to lending.
The $602M credit union alleges a conspiracy with secret meetings involving the governor and ACUA.