Amidst All The Numbers, The Value Of Still Telling The Story

By Frank J. Diekmann The business books and the pundits call it “lost opportunity cost,” the  abstract yet very real economic benefits never  realized because a business didn’t act when it should have. For credit unions this is hardly the time to talk about abstract costs when they’re being confronted by very tangible (and seemingly ongoing) expenses related to propping up the […]