This week's people news includes a new hire at CUNA, a credit union CEO retirement and several service awards.
A bill passed Oct. 5 by the House of Representatives that would grant back pay to furloughed federal employees in the government shutdown stalled in the Senate. As of Oct. 10, the Democratic-controlled Senate had yet to vote on the bill, which passed 407-0 in the Republican-controlled House.
Promising to cover direct deposits, offering low-interest loans.
Connecticut, Massachusetts leagues shut offices, credit unions reported doing the same.
CUNA Mutual Group activates disaster team as late season hurricane makes menacing move toward Mid-Atlantic, Northeast states.
Hospital playground dedications, the sponsorship of political panel events and casual meetings with legislators and delegates are on tap for CUNA and its Florida and North Carolina leagues as they work to promote credit unions and industry issues during the national Republican and Democratic conventions.
Hospital playground dedications, event sponsorships, meeting with politicos on the agenda in Tampa and then Charlotte.
One payday lender is using Native American lands to skirt state consumer laws, the Center for Public Integrity alleged.
The new credit card legislation has helped pushed credit unions in the national media spotlight.