The number of banks in the U.S. is the smallest ever recorded by the FDIC.
Regulators have released final rules designed to prevent a repeat of the financial crisis.
Some small banks are dedicating time to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
The Credit Union National Association is launching a new campaign to protect its members’ federal tax-exempt status.
A community banking trade group plans to lobby for less government regulation.
Community banks are asking lawmakers on Capitol Hill to ease the burden of regulation.
Credit unions offer savers a few advantages over banks including higher CD rates and lower rates on loans.
Next time you’re in a dispute with your bank, remember it has a big stake in keeping your business: Banks spend hundreds to acquire each customer.
The number of community banks has shrunk dramatically over the past 25 years. Will the trend continue?
In a loss for community banks, a bill to extend unlimited FDIC insurance for business bank accounts dies abruptly in the Senate.