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`Candidate Lee: Can He Clean Up The Mess?' (International Business, Aug. 4)


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`Candidate Lee: Can he clean up the mess?' (International Business, Aug. 4)

In "Candidate Lee: Can he clean up the mess?" (International Business, Aug. 4) Lee Hoi Chang was misspelled.Return to top

`A slimmer Cigna' (In Business This Week, Aug. 11)

"A slimmer Cigna" (In Business This Week, Aug. 11) erred in saying that Cigna was selling its life insurance business. The company is getting rid of its individual life insurance and annuity business but is staying in institutional life.Return to top

`Trying to shape Koor into a global force,' Aug. 18-25

A story about Israel, "Trying to shape Koor into a global force," International Business, was billed in the Table of Contents in the Aug. 18-25 issue but did not appear in all editions. Readers can find the story on BusinessWeek Online.Return to top

`The productivity boom is still a mystery' (Commentary, Aug. 18-25)

"The productivity boom is still a mystery" (Commentary, Aug. 18-25) reported that Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan "suggested an upcoming revision of gross domestic product data for 1993-96 would back up his belief that productivity is rising faster than official statistics show." In fact, Greenspan did not make such a prediction.Return to top


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