Compiled by Anthony Demangone
It was a heck of a week. NAFCU's Congressional Caucus was stupendous. A certain hearing in Washington highlighted the importance of culture and values. The largest data breach "ever" took place. And if you count Sunday as the start of the week, the Steelers rolled over Cincinnati.
Like I said, a heck of a week.
Here's hoping you are looking forward to a fantastic weekend. Now on to the reads!
- Yahoo says 500 million accounts have been stolen. Oh my goodness. (CNN)
- Is Shareholder Value Maximization the Dumbest Idea in the world? (Enterprising Investor)
- The confusion over what it means to be strong. (Godin)
- CFPB's Richard Cordray hints that a 1st party debt collection rule is coming soon. (NAFCU Today)
- The good: Weekly Unemployment Claims decreased. (Calculated Risk)
- The not so good: Architectural billings were down in August. (Calculated Risk)
- CNN spoke to a number of people who called the Wells Fargo ethics line. And were shortly thereafter fired. (CNN)
- What do millennials value most? (Inc.)
- A fascinating interview about the early days of Amazon. (The Macro)
- How to be a writer...10 tips. (LitHub)
- Shameless plug alert! NAFCU's Regulatory Compliance Seminar is coming up next month in fun and fabulous New Orleans. I hope someone in your shop will join us for the best credit union compliance training in the industry. Check out some of their top restaurants and things to do. This popular event is almost sold out. Secure your seat today!