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  2. List of credit unions in the United States - Wikipedia

    The National Credit Union Administration is the U.S. independent federal agency that supervises and charters federal credit unions. As of 2016, in the United States, there were 5,757 credit unions [4] with 103.992 million members comprising 45.4 percent of the economically active population. [5]

  3. Finance - Wikipedia

    Financial risk management is related to corporate finance in two ways. Firstly, firm exposure to market risk is a direct result of previous capital investments and funding decisions; while credit risk arises from the business' credit policy and is often addressed through credit insurance and provisioning.

  4. Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia) - Wikipedia

    Since opening, it has been known by a number of different names through naming rights deals and bank mergers, including CoreStates Center from 1996 to 1998, First Union Center from 1998 to 2003, and Wachovia Center from 2003 to 2010. Since 2010, naming rights have been held by financial services company Wells Fargo, after their acquisition of ...

  5. Social Credit Party of Canada - Wikipedia

    The Union also favoured a more orthodox application of social credit economic theory, something that the western based Social Credit movement had begun to move away from under the influence of Alberta premier Ernest Manning. This led to tensions with the national party and Even initially opposed the creation of a national Social Credit Party.

  6. Union Station (Toronto) - Wikipedia

    The International (known until 1983 as the International Limited) provided a passenger train service between Union Station and Chicago Union Station from 1982 until 2004, when the cross-border service was discontinued and replaced by Via Rail's Toronto-Sarnia service, and Amtrak's Blue Water route from Port Huron to Chicago. The final day of ...

  7. Union Pacific Railroad - Wikipedia

    The original company, the "Union Pacific Rail Road," incorporated on July 1, 1862 under the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862.President Abraham Lincoln had approved the act, which authorized railroad construction from the Missouri River to the Pacific to ensure the stability of the Union throughout the American Civil War, but construction did not complete until after that conflict's conclusion.

  8. It's a Wonderful Life - Wikipedia's_a_Wonderful_Life

    Harry arrives and toasts George, who then receives a copy of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer as a gift from Clarence, with a note assuring him that no man is a failure who has friends, and thanking him for his wings. When a bell on the Christmas tree rings, George's youngest daughter, Zuzu, explains that it means that an angel has earned his wings ...

  9. Pemex - Wikipedia

    Pemex (a portmanteau of PetrĂ³leos Mexicanos, which translates to Mexican Petroleum in English; Spanish pronunciation: ) is the Mexican state-owned petroleum company managed and operated by the Mexican government.