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  • Passageways, Akcelerant Hold Annual Confabs

    Two longtime credit union technology vendors gather their clients once more.

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  • For Holiday Spending, Consumers Will Use Cash and Debit

    As consumers head to the malls and shopping strips this holiday season, more than half are expected to use cash or debit cards and only one out of three shoppers will break out credit cards to buy gifts, so reports an online survey of Litle & Co., a Lowell-Mass.-based payments...

  • Remote Doc Signing a Must

    Allowing members to manage their financial products remotely isn’t a luxury for credit unions these days. It’s a necessity. Especially for university-oriented credit unions, whose members are likely to move away from their primary service areas, online and mobile access is a must.

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  • Where Now? Deciding on Post-Retirement Living

    Deciding where to live in retirement can involve more than checking the number of sunny days in various locations or calculating how long it will take to drive over to see the grandkids.

  • Budding Student Entrepreneurs Make $40,000 Elevator Pitch

    Truliant Credit Union was one of several sponsors of a competition where student entrepreneurs had to come up with two-minute elevator pitches in the hopes of winning seed capital for their business ventures.

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    Hanscom Federal Credit Union, Hansom, Mass., announced that Kevin Reagan has been named assistant vice president of mortgage operations.

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    NewOak Capital, New York, appointed Chad J. Burhance to managing director and head of NewOak Solutions, the company's advisory service provider.

  • Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Brees Ties His Trials to His Triumphs

    When most teams win a championship their fans celebrate for a brief period afterward and the psychological impact on their hometowns is fleeting. That's not the case with the New Orleans Saints' Super Bowl victory earlier this year.

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