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Honor Roll: This Week's Top Banking Blogs (Jan. 24-30)

Our favorite banking technology-related blog posts from around the Web (January 24-30, 2010):

Our favorite banking technology-related blog posts from around the Web (January 24-30, 2010):The Regs They Are a Changin'

Celent's Bart Narter provides an overview of the main changes to Regulation E, regarding electronic fund transfers. "What does this mean to banks? There will be less overdraft fee revenue; much less," he comments. ---

"Lies, Damn Lies and Statistics" and the Truth about the CFPA

Independent Community Bankers of America (ICBA) president and CEO Camden R. Fine could not be any clearer in this blog post, and just in case there are any doubts, he makes liberal use of his word processor's bold and underline tools. "The truth is this-ICBA has never supported the creation of a CFPA over the community banking industry or any FDIC-insured banks for that matter. And anyone who says different is telling a damn lie," he writes. ---

Oracle + Sun: Five Questions to Ponder

"The acquisition of Sun Microsystems is the biggest game changer for Oracle since the acquisition of PeopleSoft. There is little doubt that Sun has significant software and hardware IP that will be very important in defining Oracle in the 21st century," declares Judith Hurwitz in her latest post on Oracle's integration with Sun.

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