• New Hires, Promotions and Honors: People

    Read about the latest credit union career moves, honors and milestones in this week's People news.

  • 22 State AGs Urge Tougher Military Lending Rules

    Attorneys general say the DoD's proposal doesn't go far enough and could even result in higher fees.

  • People

    The $1 billion APG Federal Credit Union in in Edgewood, Md., hired Melinda Maluga as vice president of human resources and Nancy Rosso as marketing communications director. Maluga brings more than 15 years of human resource management and most recently served as administrative vice president of human resources for the...

  • Credit Unions Promote and Hire: People

    Credit unions announce promotions and hire new employees in member services, mortgage lending, human resources and IT.

  • Student Loan Startup Seeks Out CU Alliances

    With a little bit of invention and opportunity, University of Delaware students Nate Matherson and Matt Lenhard came up with a way to deal with student loans.

  • The 10 Fattest States in the Nation

    How does your state rank?

  • Membership Declines at 54% of CUs

    Compared to the second quarter of 2013, membership declined at 54% of the nation's credit unions in the second quarter of this year, according to the NCUA.

  • Membership Declines at 54% of CUs

    Credit unions in New Jersey have the lowest drop, Alaska has the highest growth in membership.

  • Donations

    This year marked the 18th year that the $993 million Black Hills Federal Credit Union in Rapid City, S.D., has collected school supplies for children. For this school year, the credit union said it received more than 77,000 supplies for its School Supply Drive thanks to donations from community partners,...

  • On Risk-Based Capital, Let's Get It Right

    The final risk-based capital rule must avoid unintended, negative consequences.

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