Outgoing CUNA CEO Bill Cheney explains why he is leaving, discusses his four years leading the trade and talks about the future.
Imagine a market demographic with huge, even dominant buying capacity. Think of a labor and leadership force that represents the majority of those completing higher education.
Women are great advocating for others, but in general, aren't as skilled at negotiating for themselves.
This Opinion piece argues for the inclusion of more women on boards, for the organization's sake.
A regional executive search firm has been hired by the CUSO's search committee to replace Bob Cipriani, named CEO in 2006.
The credit union industry has been rocked by unexpected leadership changes recently, including Kyle Markland, who resigned Aug. 30 as president/CEO of the $1.6 billion Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union in St. Paul, Minn., after 16 years at the helm (see story, page 17), and Harry Ovitt, who was killed...
This preview from our Sept. 11 print edition takes a look at some recent sudden openings at the top and how credit unions can respond.
Randy Udall, brother of Colorado Sen. Mark Udall, did not return from Wyoming mountain backpacking trip.
What do you do as a board when you hear the words from your CEO of some 20-plus years, “I am planning to retire within the next few months?"
Final arbitration award documents obtained by Credit Union Times reveal a legal dispute between Ken Burns and the billion-dollar Tech CU, where he formerly served in the corner office.