"What's a Friend Worth?" (Cover Story, June 1, 2009, print edition)
Credit for the concept of the June 1 cover image ("What's a Friend Worth?") was inadvertently omitted. The illustration was inspired by digital characters created by Habbo.com.
"Can Ken Lewis Keep His Job?" (News, June 1, 2009)
A BusinessExchange link accompanying "Can Ken Lewis Keep His Job?" (News, June 1) misidentified the firm that conducted a study of CEO turnover in 2008. It was Booz & Co., not Booz Allen Hamilton.
"These Angels Go Where Others Fear to Tread" (The Future of Tech, June 1, 2009)
"These Angels Go Where Others Fear to Tread" (The Future of Tech, June 1) stated that the board of Knewton, an online education startup, "has already approved two partnerships, including one deal to license its technology to rival Kaplan." While the board did grant its approval for such a venture, Kaplan has no business partnership with Knewton.
"A Royal Headache at Burger King" (Marketing, May 25, 2009)
"A Royal Headache at Burger King" (Marketing, May 25) incorrectly described Burger King's plans to reallocate marketing funds that had been going to franchisees. Those funds will go to U.S. and local marketing campaigns, not to global marketing.