Read about this week's credit union industry career moves.
When you think about patents, what comes to mind? Pioneers like Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, and the Wright Brothers.
Despite an industry facing trends to the contrary, Gary Perez is upbeat about the future of student loans at his credit union.
A petition and complaint from a Pennsylvania credit union member has helped launch increased regulatory interest in re-loadable prepaid cards that are being used to pay employees.
Big banks and super regionals moving away from areas with low to moderate population, SNL branching study finds.
Pennsylvania resident says her former employer would only pay with JP Morgan-issued cards, nears 300,000 signatures on Change.org.
California Attorney General charges that JP Morgan Chase used shoddy and even fraudulent legal practices in widespread attempts to collect on credit card debt.
Complaint includes accusations that homeowners could lose homes because loan mods sat unprocessed on big bank desks.
A new report from the Center for Responsible Lending has documented that payday lending at six large banks is continuing, and the reported alleged it is damaging consumers financially.
Big bank says it will limit insufficient fund charges to combat practice of putting checks through to accrue multiple fees.