For Anne Legg, senior vice president business strategy and innovation at marketing branding firm Third Degree Advertising, the glass is not only half full but it sparkles.
Credit Union Times’ recent report about a letter sent by NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz to the National Consumer Law Center and the Center for Responsible Lending led me to question the agency’s priorities. I continue to be puzzled by why the NCUA, and especially Matz, expends so much energy...
More than half of Fortune 500 firms disclosing their cyber risk vulnerability concede their firms could be seriously harmed by an attack.
The time may be nigh when cyber hackers let loose on that weak link in mobile banking: the browser.
Branch-less $1 billion credit union adds a hometown energy services firm to its roster.
U.S. strengths: high productivity, the rule of law, relatively cheap real estate, low transport and energy prices, restrained labor costs.
Roger McClure leaving on April 28 after 36 years of leadership at Twin Cities credit union.
Who says you can never go home?
All of us in the credit union industry–regulators, credit union professionals and directors–have a role to play. Our actions have consequences both short term and long term. I fear that the actions of some of us are leading credit unions on a path to mediocrity.
There have been 136 Presidents of the American Bar Association. Five of them have been women, including this year's President, Laurel Bellows, who has caused quite a stir among women attorneys by calling the idea of work-life balance a "fraud."