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Corrections & Clarifications


“Determined to Keep It, GE Tames GE Capital” (Dec. 5-11) misstated the amount of GE Capital’s internal dividend to its parent in relation to earnings. The dividend has been as much as 40 percent of GE Capital’s profit in good years.

“Vodafone Tears Down Its Walled Garden” (Dec. 5-11) erroneously identified the telecom company’s market capitalization as its annual sales. Vodafone’s sales were £45.9 billion ($71.7 billion) in fiscal 2011, ended Mar. 31.

In “Who’s the Greenest of Them All?” (Nov. 28-Dec. 4), we incorrectly identified Paul Abberley as the CEO of Aviva Investors, an asset manager in London. He is chief executive of Aviva Investors London, the U.K. unit of Aviva Investors.

In “The Best Business Schools of 2011” (Nov. 14-20), our list of part-time MBA programs contained numerous incorrect letter grades due to miscalculation. The correct grades can be found at www.businessweek.com/go/pt_mba_table.


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