From East and West, Midwest and South, credit union people in the news.
Davenport West High School in-school branch opens with the new school year.
Hot potato, hot potato, who’s stuck with the hot potato?
Two of three new board members are incumbents. Incoming chair is Teresa Freeborn of Xceed Financial.
Congress more likely to take on immigration, government funding instead of tackling the idea of raising the minimum wage when recess ends next week.
Kasasa, credit unions, community banks in second nationwide joint promotion.
Court documents from May revealed the Department of Homeland Security seized nearly $3 million from a business account at the $2.4 billion Veridian Credit Union in Waterloo, Iowa, over what the DHS said was an unlicensed money transmitting business operated by the business member’s client.
Iowa-based payments innovator included in Bitcoin probe, Bloomberg says, while MIT fetes founder.
The future of digital wallets is uncertain and the earlier predictions of quick market adoption may have been proven wrong, according to some experts and credit unions using the technology.
Homeland Security alleges Veridian Credit Union account holder Mt.Gox is unlicensed money transmitter.