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Javelin report explores Identity fraud in 2015.
Credit unions across the nation announce scholarship awards that will help many young adults reach their goal of earning their college degrees.
What one credit union league is doing to help CU employees affected by the devastating floods in Louisiana.
Malware attack on Eddie Bauer registers might have captured credit card information for the past six months.
Former president/CEO of Toledo Metro FCU, C. Robert Poore, has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for embezzling more than $250,000.
Privacy breach expert Alex Ricardo discusses the biggest data breach threats facing credit unions.
Michigan-based Valley State Credit Union has been placed into conservatorship by the Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services.
Former Bear Paw CU head teller Peggy S. Teel embezzles almost $130,000 from the credit union over nine years.
Court of Appeals overturns lower court ruling which now allows NCUA's 2011 lawsuit against Wachovia and Nomura to proceed.
The combined corporate will receive a new name and serve more than 1,200 CUs, leagues and CUSOs.
Mark Sievewright, president of Fiserv's CU Solutions is stepping down after 11 years at the company. Vincent Brennan, who led the company's Card Services business is taking over Sievewright's position effective immediately.
The second quarter’s number of consolidations, 46, is substantially lower than those reported in Q2 2015.
New research from Pew Charitable Trusts show deep divide between banking policies and consumer preferences.
The meeting will cover debt collection and youth financial capability.
The Cornerstone, Georgia and Southeastern leagues support Operation Veteran Home Renovation.
Cornerstone, Georgia, and Southeastern Credit Union Leagues are supporting Operation Veteran Home Renovation.
Get a sneak peek at FS-ISAC President/CEO Bill Nelson's presentation, slated for CU Times' Sept. 7 virtual cybersecurity conference.
Get a sneak peek at the cybersecurity expert's presentation, slated for CU Times' Sept. 7 virtual conference.
Brooke Vernier admits to operating a complex scheme known as circular kiting with a co-conspirator.
NAFCU reiterates that Congress needs to pass national data security standards for merchants and retailers.