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Got An At&T Credit Card? Don't Go Bankrupt (Finance, Sept. 15)


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Got an AT&T credit card? Don't go bankrupt (Finance, Sept. 15)

In "Got an AT&T credit card? Don't go bankrupt" (Finance, Sept. 15) we incorrectly said that GE Capital will pay $178 million to more than 17,000 bankrupt customers. The $178 million should have referred to a record settlement that Sears, Roebuck & Co. agreed to pay its debtors and that did not involve GE Capital. Separately, GE Capital has returned money to bankrupt customers who, without a lawyer, signed agreements reaffirming their credit obligation to GE Capital. The company expects to handle the matter without a problem to its earnings.Return to top

Want to put your money where your conscience is? (Personal Business, Sept. 8)

In "Want to put your money where your conscience is?" (Personal Business, Sept. 8), a table showed incorrectly that the American Trust Allegiance Fund and the Cruelty-Free Value Fund trailed the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index. From the time they were created earlier this year until Aug. 15, both funds outperformed the S&P index.Return to top

Is it prime time for cable? (Media, Sept. 8)

"Is it prime time for cable?" (Media, Sept. 8) overstated the WB Network's losses for 1996. The Time Warner Inc. unit lost $98 million, not $130 million.Return to top

Still full of knots (International Business, Sept. 8)

"Still full of knots" (International Business, Sept. 8) misstated MCI Communications' 1996 revenues. They were $18.5 billion.Return to top


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