Credit unions have until May 27 to decide their role in the Home Depot data breach class-action lawsuit.
Legal wrangling continues over a water treatment facility that services three Alabama schools.
Three county schools await the outcome of a loan request for a collateralized sewage treatment plant.
Kaspersky Lab reports more than two billion malicious attacks on computers and mobile devices in Q1 2015.
The credit union calls for a prison meeting with Butler; Alabama One execs must share the blame, Butler says.
Connecticut's Attorney General transfers the case; no charges arose from alleged home invasion.
Although Judge Paul Magnuson agrees the settlement isn't fair, a lack of class action status makes it legal.
Outside Alabama One, the state-chartered credit union system is fundamentally sound, regulators and executives say.
The attacks follow a March 2014 compromise at Sally Beauty Holdings.
New malware catches IT departments by surprise; more than $1 million in losses reported since last June.