LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga.—The strength of the used car market is wavering, according to Black Book.
SPOKANE, Wash.–While describing ongoing attacks by banks on credit unions as “mind boggling,” and acknowledging his own experience in signing up for Apple’s new Apple Card was quick and easy, Troy Stang says credit unions have no reason to worry.
SPOKANE, Wash.–What do U.S. presidents and their policies mean for economic performance? And what about the current president?
ST. CLOUD, Minn.– St. Cloud Financial Credit Union has announced the arrival of an enormous visitor–a giant pumpkin weighing 1,437 pounds. The pumpkin was grown by one of its employees.
TEMPE, Ariz.–One credit union is booting Wells Fargo off a college campus—or at least its name off its arena.
TICONDEROGA, N.Y.–Ticonderoga Federal Credit Union has announced plans to change its name. Effective Jan. 1, 2020, the credit union will be known as TrailNorth FCU.
MADISON, Wis. – The National Credit Union Foundation has approved eight grants totaling $75,000 to help credit union organizations document and measure the impacts of their products and services on member and employee financial health.
SACRAMENTO, Calif.—California attorney general Xavier Becerra has released proposed regulations to implement the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) related to number of issues, including notices and consumer requests.
NEW YORK–Earnings are up at two of the nation’s largest banks, but other big banks are saying tougher times are likely ahead.
DUBLIN, Ireland–Credit unions in the Republic of Ireland may be forced to withdraw €1.8 billion of deposits and investments currently held with financial institutions in the United Kingdom in the event of a “disorderly” Brexit.