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"Shakeout E Tailers" (E.Biz, May 15, 2000)

Corrections & Clarifications

"Shakeout e-tailers" (, May 15, 2000)

"Shakeout e-tailers" (, May 15) should have said that each of's distribution centers is expected to break even 12 or 15 months after launch.Return to top

"On the Web--but with a broker on standby" (BusinessWeek Investor, May 22, 2000)

"On the Web--but with a broker on standby" (BusinessWeek Investor, May 22) should have said that the Prudential Securities Advisor account charges $24.95 per trade, not $29.95. This is in addition to the account's asset-based fee.Return to top

"Novell bets the farm" (Information Technology, May 29, 2000)

"Novell bets the farm" (Information Technology, May 29) contained incomplete or erroneous information about Novell Inc. The company's market share for network-operating systems dwindled from 44% to 19% between 1993 and 1999, while Microsoft Corp.'s has risen from 2% to 38%, according to International Data Corp. The story also should have said that Novell's bundle of software was to be launched at the end of May.Return to top

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