After the Scottish people voted to reject a referendum to gain independence from Great Britain Sept. 18, it was business as usual for Scotland's 106 credit unions.
The country’s credit unions split between yes and no during last week’s election on independence from Great Britain.
This is the first of a two-part series on the business and legal ramifications of bitcoin.
In Europe, P2P payments services that include merchants have reduced cash and check use, but not card transactions.
Banks say small business loans are too expensive to justify their minimal returns.
Liberal billionaire says the U.S. is emerging as the world’s strongest economy.
Former U.S. Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Christopher Dodd in first public appearance together since retiring.
World Council helping European credit unions press case on classification of deposits.
The European Commission has proposed capping debit and credit card interchange at 0.2% and 0.3% respectively.
International accounting board closes comment period on its proposed credit loss changes.