Court documents say conspirators include three employees and three members of the failed Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union of Cleveland.
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The gateway drug to social media is Facebook, but engaging with members in new ways like Snapchat or Instagram could see huge growth next year.
Only 10% of credit unions are settlers, who stick around to finish what they started in social media.
As Facebook has become institutionalized, the kids are hanging out elsewhere.
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Cloud security pioneer says standard may not be sufficient for future breach schemes.
Cyber-security threats, interest rate risk, private student lending and money services businesses will be scrutinized by NCUA examiners this year.
Building on momentum from a record-breaking 2013, the nation's largest credit union plans to grow both its auto and business lending programs even more this year.
1.3 million members gain ability to change their mortgage rate online, without having to undergo the refinance process.
Online retailers are drawing a $279 loss for every $100 of fraud loss, partially attributed to chargebacks and their associated costs.
After several years of embezzling from the $60 million WesTex Federal Credit Union in Lubbock, Texas, Armelinda “Irma” Castillo was nabbed by the long arm of the law.
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The $1.1 trillion negotiated budget deal worked out earlier this month by lawmakers in the House and Senate includes money for two programs used by credit unions.
About half of polled New York credit union leaders are optimistic about their regional economy and more than 60% anticipate loan growth in 2014, according to a new economic survey from the Credit Union Association of New York in Albany.
The $72 million PowerNet Credit Union in Tampa, Fla., has promoted its 12-year chief financial officer Don Prue to CEO, leaving Tim McMurry with the title of president after more than 37 years as president/CEO, the credit union's board announced.
Xtend Inc. now has its first Alaskan owner, the Michigan-based back-office operations CUSO said last week.
Scott Patterson has been promoted from executive vice president to president of Credit Union Student Choice, a CUSO that provides higher education financing services to about 250 credit unions.
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