Take a deep breath and relax: here is a round-up of news from around credit unions in which the words “Trump,” “Democrats,” “Russians,” and “Fake News” do not appear anywhere.
So, what do you think they would say about credit unions now?
Here are some interesting observations and notes–or perhaps I’m completely wrong and this whole thing “blows”–from two recent meetings.
When NCUA investigators began pulling back the sheets on the bodies at the crime scenes, it didn’t take long to deduce that the motive was robbery.
John Murphy doesn’t want to hear anything about the debate over large and small credit unions and their competing (and often divergent) needs.
For much of the 1990s and even the early 2000s, it was a violation of the Federal Credit Union Act to hold a credit union gathering of any size—even two middle-managers meeting over coffee—without mentioning Southwest Airlines.
By now, you’ve been spending quite some time in solitary if you haven’t heard all the comparisons between making laws and making sausage.
Let’s say you really want to make some great points about the value of human resources and consumer expectations today.
By now even the cooperative Luddites among us have witnessed, and many more of you have invested in, the evolution of the credit union branch and workplace.
As Seen On TV! The pre-computer “contacts app.” The problem that could lead to a wave of murders in the U.S., and other notes from the recent CUNA Marketing & Business Development Conference