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"Look before you listen" (BusinessWeek Investor, Nov. 25, 2002)


In "Look before you listen" (BusinessWeek Investor, Nov. 25, 2002), BusinessWeek incorrectly stated that Jay D. Kaiser paid $8,150 in fines to the state of Washington for acting as a financial adviser when he was not registered as such. Kaiser's payment of $8,150 represented reimbursement of the costs of investigation, registration, and late-renewal fees. Although a fine of $10,000 was imposed on Kaiser, the fine was suspended. In "The eBay economy" ("The future of technology," Cover Story, Aug. 18-25), a reference to eBay Inc. selling more automobiles than AutoNation (AN) is incorrect. As noted later in the story, eBay sold more used cars than AutoNation. In "Outsourcing war" (Special Report, Sept. 15), a reference to President Dwight D. Eisenhower's farewell address to the nation, in which he coined the term "military-industrial complex," incorrectly referred to Eisenhower as a retired four-star general. He was a five-star general. In "A hothouse for biotech" (Science & Technology, Sept. 8), Marvin Cassman is misidentified as an alumnus of the University of California at San Francisco. His PhD is from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. "Ready to say 'help wanted"' (News: Analysis & Commentary, Sept. 22) should have specified that CDW Corp. plans to lift hiring in its sales force by 11% to 1,470 in the second half of 2003.


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