Clarence Hall Jr., of the $1.2M Issaquena County FCU, will receive an award for lifetime achievement.
CU Times checks back in with young board members featured in a story nearly two years ago.
This Opinion piece looks at how to best serve the diverse group that falls under the label "Gen Y."
As they say down South, South Carolina’s credit unions are “Forty goin’ north.” Translation: To do something with great gusto and enthusiasm.
After a tough spell, the signs now point north for South Carolina’s credit unions.
Credit unions from the West Coast to the South and the Midwest are waking up to the fact that reaching out to potential Hispanic members is an important part insuring a growth for the industry.
Women Democrats say, "We are still fighting for equal pay for equal work."
Lowest level in two decades of research, LIMRA says.
Report says opportunities abound to serve under served market.
The eight-county area has about 1.8 million people and is the nation’s 32nd largest MSA, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.