In 1932, John Maynard Keynes ignited a debate among economists and policy makers that still burns to this day. In a letter to the Times of London, Keynes proposed using federal deficit spending to reduce the length and severity of the Great Depression. Is that the best approach to tackle today's economic challenges?
Persistent deficits and mounting debt could have negative economic consequences for the U.S.
August 11, 2010
Over the past few years, U.S. government debt held by the public has grown rapidly—to the point that, compared with the total output of the economy, it is now higher than it has ever been except during the period around World War II.
Credit unions hoping to get a firsthand--but safe--look at how a hacker might attempt to breach their systems can get just that at an upcoming symposium hosted by CUNA and National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors.
CUNA continues to have grave concerns with the Federal Accounting Standards Board credit impairment proposal, concerns it expressed in a letter to National Credit Union Administration Chair Debbie Matz Tuesday.