When people interact on social networks, their brains release the chemical oxytocin, the same chemical that's released
when people experience acts of trust, loyalty, or generosity. This shows how people are wired to interact with others.
No Excuses: Growing a CU in a Shrinking Economy July 1, 2008 By Ann Marie Gunn Newsweek's Keith Naughton wrote in January, "If you want to see what hard times look like, come to Michigan." Thanks to a renewed passion for service coupled with enterprise sales and service initiatives, however,...
With the first of four debates between presidential and vice presidential candidates kicking off Monday night, CUNA is launching the next phase of its "Strong Credit Unions. Strong Middle Class" campaign, allowing stakeholders to share the credit union message.
CUNA continues to push for a delay in the Department of Labor’s overtime rule so the agency has time to fully assess the impact the plan would have on credit unions, especially smaller ones and those in non-metropolitan areas.