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) ultimate team player" (Information Technology, Jan. 30) should have said that Ann Livermore received a Morehead (not Morehouse) Scholarship from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. "The new kingmakers" (People, Jan. 30) should have said that in early February (not January), 2005, Patricia C. Dunn, chairwoman of HP's (HPQ
) board of directors, called recruiters after former HP CEO Carly Fiorina resigned. In "Danger: Falling prices" (Books, Jan. 30), reviewer Michael Arndt stated that author Charles Fishman should tell readers whether or not Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT
) had refused to respond to his questions. In fact, Fishman states in his footnotes that Wal-Mart "consistently declined" to "participate in the reporting of the book." "Is GM on the road to a board fight?" (News: Analysis & Commentary, Jan. 23) incorrectly stated that General Motors' (GM
) stock price has fallen 42% in the past month. At the time the story was published, the stock price had fallen 42% in the past year.
"A real-life Willy Wonka" (Books, Jan. 23) refers to Corning, N.Y., as a town named for its corporate landlord. Actually, the glass company took on the name of its town.