Technology Credit Union and Oakland’s Garfield Elementary School will celebrate the credit union’s donation of a Bookcase Library to Garfield’s new Family Learning Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday, January 23rd at 2:30 p.m.
Facebook Makes Tech CU Its Credit Union of Choice San Jose, CA (February 11, 2008)—Tech CU has announced that Facebook, one of the most popular and fast growing social networking companies in the market today, has chosen Silicon Valley
Tech CU Announces Winners of Trees and Our Community Poster Contest San Jose, CA (March 6, 2008)—Technology Credit Union (Tech CU) announced today the winners of its Trees and Our Community Poster Contest, hosted by the credit union’s newly
For Small Businesses Affected By The Credit Crunch, SBA Loans May Offer Alternative Financing San Jose, CA (April 21, 2008)—Today’s tightening credit standards and sluggish economy have made it more difficult for small business borrowers and owners to access
Tech CU–AllPoint Partnership Gives Members Unprecedented Access to Surcharge–Free ATMs Nationwide The credit union’s 57,000 surcharge–free ATMs throughout US surpass Bank of America’s network by more than 30,000. San Jose, CA (June 3, 2008)—If you think joining a credit
Technology Credit Union Wins Marketing Award San Jose, CA (June 24, 2008)—Technology Credit Union is proud to announce that its Marketing Department recently received a Bronze award from the Marketing Association of Credit Unions (MAC) 2008 Annual Awards competition.
Technology Credit Union’s new certification as a ‘Green Business’ is latest in a year long series of initiatives showing commitment to saving money and the environment San Jose, CA (December 5, 2008)—For Technology Credit Union (Tech CU), 2008 has
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More than fifty years ago, forward-thinking high-tech employees at Fairchild Semiconductor knew there was a better way to bank.