Anyone who protested the Vietnam War, danced at Woodstock, burned their bra or wishes they could wear their old tie-dye T-shirt to one of the three Grateful Dead farewell concerts at Chicago's Soldier Field this July is likely to be a baby boomer.
Don’t expect Joe Brancucci to back down from his convictions, especially when it comes to how credit unions have the choice of evolving or face extinction.
Late summer is a time of transition. Families are wrapping up vacations. Kids are getting ready to go back to school and college. Football practice squads are putting on their gear and hitting the gridiron.
Members opposed to the proposed conversion of Technology Credit Union from a credit union to bank charter are combining their efforts.
Eagle Community Credit Union added a helping hand to the recent national mail carrier food drive effort in Southern California.
By canoe and kayak, they made their way down eight miles of the Clinton River in suburban Detroit.
The Lathrup Village, Mich.-based credit union recently revamped its careers website (www.MichiganFirstCareers.com) to serve as a one stop online resource.
The $7.3 billion Alliant Credit Union, headquartered in Chicago, is merging with the troubled $157 million Continental Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Tempe.