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"A New Oxymoron: Hip Minivan" (Personal Business, Oct. 20, 2003)


In "A new oxymoron: Hip minivan" (Personal Business, Oct. 20, 2003), the photograph of the Toyota (TM) Sienna depicted the 2002 model instead of the 2004 model in the story. Here is the correct photo: Last week's editorial "It's hybrid time. Where's Detroit?" (Oct. 27, 2003) should have made clear that Ford Motor Co. (F) delayed the launch of its hybrid-powered SUV by just one year. The 2005 model will be available in the summer of 2004. "Something's got to give" (News: Analysis & Commentary, Oct. 20, 2003) incorrectly stated that Wyse Technology Inc. was moving. CEO John Stringer says the company will eventually move its last California-based manufacturing facility but has no plans to move its headquarters from San Jose, Calif. "Do-not-call: Waiting" (In Business This Week, Oct. 13, 2003) erred in describing the Federal Communication Commission's jurisdiction. The agency has enforcement authority over all telemarketers.


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