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From preparing Generations X and Y to replace baby boomers in leadership positions and enticing more demanding millennials to finding compliance talent and integrating divergent staffs post-merger, HR executives cited a variety of issues they expect to be tackling this year.
  • Dems will jab at Mnuchin, but will they land any punches?

    Steven Mnuchin's time as OneWest CEO is expected to draw ample attention at his nomination hearing, but it will not be the only issue to come up as senators try to gauge how he would lead President-elect Trump's financial policies.
  • Mission 2017: shoring up tech defenses

    Credit union technology executives and analysts suggest the industry must collaborate to work on three primary areas: cybersecurity, data and business intelligence and digital-first strategies.
  • How fintech shifted from threat to ally of plastic cards

    Over the past five years, the slow-but-steady rise of mobile wallets seemed to signal the end of the plastic card era. But that's not how things played out.

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