WASHINGTON–New research offers some insights into how consumers are using smartphones to manage their money.
ONTARIO, Calif.–The Richard Myles Johnson Foundation has introduced an app for its Bite of Reality financial education program.
COSTA MESA, Calif.—Seventy-one percent of this year's college graduates did not receive credit or debt management classes, even though 69% of them will have to pay back student loans after graduation, according to a new report.
ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The NCUA board has outlined some long- and short-term changes that may be coming to ease the burden on credit unions from annual examinations and quarterly call report filings.
MONTPELIER, Vt.–Vermont State Employees Credit Union is seeking cooperative businesses in which to invest through a program it calls Co-op Capital.
ARLINGTON—Wendy’s said that an investigation into a credit card breach at the nationwide fast-food chain uncovered malicious software on point-of-sale systems at fewer than 300 of the company’s 5,500 franchised stores, according to KrebsOnSecurity.
FORT MCMURRAY, Alberta–Credit unions in Canada have been actively raising funds and making donations to help this community as it fights a raging wildfire that continues to grow in size and has forced 90,000 people to evacuate.
PURCHASE, N.Y.—According to MasterCard SpendingPulse, the grocery sector drives more than $600 billion in sales annually, and each weekend shoppers lose valuable time visiting an average of four stores to find all the items and ingredients they seek.
NEW YORK—Problems for credit unions that make taxi medallion loans in the Big Apple did not abate in the first part of the year, according Q1 Call Report data.
MADISON, Wis.—The search is now on for the 2016 CUES Next Top Credit Union Exec.