Study finds consumers use their debit cards 21.2 times monthly, a 32% increase since 2005.
Redwood CU helps cops pin a suspect accused of stealing $60,000 from members in a social media check scam.
Trades gear up to fight the agency’s wish to regulate third-party vendors that serve credit unions.
The Virginia credit union had been placed under conservatorship by the NCUA in April.
RecruitFi reports 86% of millennials would leave their job if a new one offered promises of fulfillment.
Cooperatives announce more than a dozen new hires and promotions. Plus, two CEOs receive honors.
The U.S. accounted for 48.2% of the world’s card fraud losses in 2014, Nilson reports.
MorphoTrak’s tattoo recognition algorithm aims to help law enforcement with identification.
Don't believe the negative Millennial hype, many looking to find problems to solve.
Henry Wirz's 32-year tenure will end in March 2016. Dave Roughton will step in as his successor.
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Judge throws out merchant antitrust claims against the corporation as well as the merchants' lead counsel.
Paul LeVota, who allegedly made sexual advances on a Senate intern, served as a trainer for CommunityAmerica CU.
TFCCU of Colorado can’t open to serve marijuana businesses until it’s granted a master account.
Hackers trick victims by offering an expedited Windows update as an email attachment, Cisco warns.
Credit union advocates drive home the message that they save consumers money at the NCSL Summit.
Settlement between major card brands, retailers may be compromised due to improper lawyer communication.
Merger turns Altura CU into California’s 37th billion dollar-plus credit union.
Dorothy Stegall Barnes, former AVP of tellers for Pantex FCU, faces punishment for an $826,000 theft.
Businesses report an influx of DDoS extortion campaigns, which demand ransom money from victims.