A bill passed Oct. 5 by the House of Representatives that would grant back pay to furloughed federal employees in the government shutdown stalled in the Senate. As of Oct. 10, the Democratic-controlled Senate had yet to vote on the bill, which passed 407-0 in the Republican-controlled House.
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A bill passed by the House that would grant back pay to furloughed federal employees in the government shutdown has stalled in the Senate.
The fight between the City of Richmond, Calif. and 624 mortgage lenders continues, as the city attempts to obtain the loans through eminent domain.
It was late January when the Brookfield, Wis.-based Fiserv rocked the core system universe, announcing it had acquired competitor and DNA core architect Open Solutions for roughly $1 billion, much of that in debt assumption.
Shake up continues at high end of credit union core processing market.
Eminent domain plan wins Richmond City Council approval but remains in limbo in face of state law.
In recent years, northern Nevada has seen a resurgence in both retail and employment opportunities, according to UFCU.
Credit unions nationwide exhibited strong growth patterns during the first half of 2013, according to the NCUA Quarterly U.S. Map Review.
Thirteen counties in three states affected by drought this year included in SBA eligibility.