Read how credit unions are thriving in cities where residents have the most debt in collections.
Two executives who shared CU Times’ Trailblazer Award for Lending in 2011 move on to work together at another credit union.
Duane Akuffo receives sentence for more than $530,000 worth of bogus auto loans.
A new app that automates matching between buyers and sellers of private party vehicles is the latest to make its way to credit unions.
App includes credit union loan application so the funding of private sales isn't lost to banks and other lenders.
Charles Juska pleaded not guilty to charges he created fraudulent loans to cover delinquencies.
Jessica Vidal, a former member services representative, and Connie Ortiz, former assistant branch manager, were indicted last week for embezzling more than $51,000 from the $423 million Pima Federal Credit Union in Tucson, Ariz.
Two former CU employees, a wholesale auto vendor and an ID thief face justice.
Learn about the $536 million Community Choice Credit Union's new delivery strategy.
The SBA has promised credit unions and other lenders that they can say goodbye to fax machines and mountains of paperwork.