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Alfred Rappaport Was Misidentified In "Is Greed Good?" (Cover Story, Apr. 19)


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Alfred Rappaport was misidentified in "Is greed good?" (Cover Story, Apr. 19)

Alfred Rappaport was misidentified in "Is greed good?" (Cover Story, Apr. 19). He is professor emeritus at Northwestern University's Kellogg School and director of shareholder value research at LEK Consulting.Return to top

"What to do when your fund stumbles" (Personal Business, Apr. 19)

"What to do when your fund stumbles" (Personal Business, Apr. 19) should have said that, according to Morningstar Inc., the Windsor Fund had sunk to the lowest quintile among large-cap value funds, not mid-cap.Return to top

"Great service wasn't enough" (Marketing, Apr. 19)

In "Great service wasn't enough," (Marketing, Apr. 19), a description of Nordstrom Inc.'s stock performance did not account for a 2-for-1 split in 1998. It should have stated that shares, at a high of 26 7/16 in 1996, plunged to a low of 17 23/32 at the end of 1996 and have since risen to about 40.Return to top


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