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Republicans Lose Newberry Seat in Special Election
Thursday, November 16, 2017 7:00 AM

Oklahoma Democrats continue to pick up ground in special elections to fill open seats in the Oklahoma State Legislature.

True Sky Credit Union Celebrates the Holidays by Giving Back
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:55 AM

True Sky Credit Union is partnering with the C.A.R.T. House, a nonprofit organization and child advocacy center in Canadian County, to celebrate the holidays. Every branch of the credit union is accepting donations of small to medium-sized stuffed animals through Dec. 15. With the donations, the C.A.R.T House will give a stuffed animal to each child that comes to the center. 

Embattled Director Cordray to Step Down from CFPB
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:50 AM

Richard Cordray announced Wednesday that he will resign as director of the CFPB by the end of November, a move that will allow President Trump to nominate a new director who would have to be confirmed by the Senate. A nominee of then-President Barack Obama, Cordray clashed frequently with representatives of financial institutions.

CUs Impact Lawmakers and Legislation via the National Advocacy Fund
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:45 AM

The National Advocacy Fund (NAF) was established to pool resources from across the credit union system for direct use in electoral advocacy. Traditionally, the funds are used to support pro-credit union candidates running for federal office, as well as general legislative and regulatory advocacy initiatives.

Will Humility Be the Key to Success in the Smart Machine Age?
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:40 AM

Only those assuming the proverbial ostrich position can deny that massive disruption is upon us and that its implications will be staggering. Two authors from the Darden Graduate School of Business, Ed Hess and Katherine Ludwig, have written on how the upcoming technology tsunami will change the concept of work in our society, including how "smart" and "successful" are defined. As the authors put it, the day of the aggressive, smartest person in the room, steamroller personality is over… in the new automated age, humility will be the golden ticket to job success.

Join Us Dec. 14 for Fair Lending Webinar
Thursday, November 16, 2017 6:35 AM

Fair Lending may sound like old news, but it remains a primary focus with regulators in 2017/2018. This no-cost/low-cost* session will provide the training you need to be better prepared when the examiner walks in the door.