When I picked up the game of golf as a teenager, I cheated. I’d move a ball out of a bad lie. I’d drop without a penalty after plunking one in the drink (losing a ball was penalty enough, right?). I’d call a gimme putt if it were within the length of a club. After […]
I absolutely do not care who is in the Who’s Who in America’s CUs. 8,811 inductees, and I’ve actually seen trade press coverage on this? Come on. Someone needs to say it, and I guess it’s going to be me. That is all.
I heart you, Colin, but you’re wrong on this one. Banks and Credit Unions are getting all green over the last two years, and its becoming a fad. Maybe I am getting old, so feel free to call me out on this. I was surprised to see VanCity, whom I respect using what appears to […]
Well, I don’t know that my speech to Filene’s 30 Under 30 group was interesting, but I’m pleased with the way the PowerPoint itself turned out. Hope you like it, too.
Current results on CU Times’ latest web poll: “The United States will be check-free by: 2015 (12.1%), 2020 (19.7%), 2030 (15.3%), Never, there will always be checks. (52.9%)”