“We will be made or broken determined simply by how well we address your needs.”
Founder Mike Welch offers advice to national groups in his first CU Times column.
Read CU Times Founder Mike Welch's publisher's column from the March 26, 1990 issue of Credit Union Times.
March 26 marks Credit Union Times' 25th anniversary. How have things changed?
New executive editor marks end to weekly columns from editor/publisher.
Heather Anderson took up the mantle of executive editor this week. With her keen intellect, wit and Midwestern work ethic, I know she’s going to do an excellent job of heading up the day-to-day editorial efforts at Credit Union Times. Her credit union background is invaluable to helping us further...
The Credit Union Executives Society started in 1962 as a CUNA department known as the CUES (which at the time stood for Credit Union Executive Services) Managers Society. Now in its 50th year, the organization is the go-to resource for credit union leaders. CUES’ wealth of services includes educational programs,...
General experience indicates that 'husky' girls-those who are just a little on the heavy side-are more even tempered and efficient than their underweight sisters." This gem of advice comes from the "1943 Guide to Hiring Women."
It's difficult to realize that 20 years have passed since my telephone rang and Mike Welch, who was about to launch a new publication called Credit Union Times, asked if I would serve as a correspondent.