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The Table Of Contents (Sept. 5, 2005, print edition)


In the table of contents in our Sept. 5 issue, Charles Davis was incorrectly identified as the CEO of Kraft. His title is vice-president of global technology and quality for convenient meals at Kraft Foods Inc. (KFT)

In "Chuck Prince's Citi planning" (Finance, Sept. 5), we should have said that Steven Freiberg will oversee the bank's consumer operations in North America, and Ajay Banga will run the group internationally.

While Cummins Inc. (CMI) financial statements report $8.4 billion in consolidated revenue in 2004 ("How Cummins does it," "China & India," Special Report, Aug. 22/29), the number is $10.7 billion when unconsolidated revenue from joint ventures is included. Also, the 2004 operating earnings of Cummins' joint venture with Dongfeng Motor in China was $86 million (not $89 million), and we should have clarified that Cummins' share was $43 million.

In "The art of fine dining" (Personal Business, Aug. 15), Wolfgang Puck should have clarified that he will provide catering for San Francisco's de Young Museum. He is not involved in operating its caf?.

In "Get creative!" (Cover Story, Aug. 1), the graphic "Creative corporation toolbox" of innovation success rates in various industries used the "greater than" sign (>) when it should have used the "less than" sign (


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