Read about this week's credit union industry career moves.
ODENVILLE, Ala. — Two days before Christmas in 2007, Glenn and Sara Sasser’s plans were obliterated like an unsuspecting step on a hidden land mine.
After losing his wife, Glenn Sasser created a thriving new business with the help of his local credit union, and none from the banks.
The decline and demise of well-known retailers such as Blockbuster, Kodak and free-standing bookstores offers proof of just how rapidly industries are shifting to keep up with consumers’ needs and wants.
Sustainability, which was once dismissed as an idealistic fad, is now a trillion dollar industry with corporate giants such as Walmart, McDonald’s and Coca-Cola scrambling to go green.
The 162,000 members of the $1.9 billion Veridian Credit Union in Waterloo, Iowa, will soon be able to manage their finances on their credit union’s website.
The 103,000 members of the $1.1 billion Pen Air Federal Credit Union in Pensacola, Fla., will now be offered an online personal financial management solution from Geezeo of Tolland, Conn.
The $1.1 billion CU in Pensacola, Fla., has decided to offer its 103,000 members a new online PFM solution.
Personal financial management vendor touts third credit union signing in past week.
Retailers appeared before a committee of the Vermont legislature on April 21 in support of pending legislation that would allow Vermont retailers to give discounts to customers who paid by cash or debit card.