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The latest credit union executive moves.
The 2016 election and news of the CFPB being ruled unconstitutional dominated headlines this past week. Check out what readers had to say about those topics and more.
One Michigan credit union announced it is temporarily declining any use of its credit and debit cards at Wendy's restaurants.
A federal appeals court on Oct. 11 ruled the organization of the CFPB is unconstitutional since it is operated by a single person, but the court said the agency may continue to operate.
Norma Gold embezzled up to $200,000 from a failed New York credit union over 15 years.
Though Hurricane Matthew has gone out to sea, the effects of it continue to endanger communities with record floods up and down the east coast of North Carolina.
Fraud concerns and theft risks are inhibiting mobile payment adoption, but businesses underestimate the problem, according to a new global survey of consumers and executives from the Plano, Texas-based NTT DATA.