Credit unions prepare to spread the movement in Cuba.
Cooperative leaders discuss the potential for credit unions in Cuba at a recent press conference.
WASHINGTON-- CUNA and CFA survey reveals 87% of consumers intend to spend about the same or less than last year.
WASHINGTON — An academic panel discusses how electronic payments could better benefit low-income consumers.
Trade groups cite modest economic recovery in survey results released Wednesday at National Press Club in Washington.
Says if a renewed focus on strengthening Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid is not taken seriously, the middle class will not have enough to retire.
The central bank announced yesterday that Federal Reserve Chairman will hold news conferences once a quarter following the meetings at which the Federal Open Markets Committee makes policy decisions.
Francisco “Quico” Canseco, the freshman Republican representative from Texas' 23rd District told a group of Latino credit union executives that he supports credit unions' tax exemption.
As everyone knows by now, CUNA selected Bill Cheney as its next president/CEO. While I touted a month ago the strength of choosing an industry insider (Editor's Column, April 7), I really wasn't sure CUNA would follow that line of thinking.