There are signs that credit unions may soon face more competition from local credit card issuers.
An increasing number of retailers appear to be coming out in opposition to the recent proposed settlement of the antitrust case centering on credit card interchange.
St. Helens, Wauna consolidation canceled as St. Helens hires former First Tech exec as its new CEO.
The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld all parts of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
In a contest between veteran Democratic congressmen, Marcy Kaptur defeated Dennis Kucinich on Super Tuesday in Ohio. She now faces Joe the Plumber.
Two major credit union cases involving business loan fraud made news over the past week.
A federal grand jury recently indicted Lee Baker Jr., a prominent real estate developer, for alleged fraud for making false statements to obtain loans from Denali Alaskan Federal Credit Union.
A jury is currently hearing testimony in the case involving William Liddle, who was allegedly involved in a loan kickback scheme.
Developer accused of making false statements to obtain loans.
Major mortgage lenders appear to be continuing their strategic retreat from the U.S. housing finance market, leaving credit unions with a significant opportunity that they may not be willing or able to take.