"The man behind Apple's design magic" (Inside Innovation, Sept. 25) should have said that Apple Compute (AAPL)r Inc. stock has risen 1,273% in the past 10 years, not 232%. Also, the PowerMac G4 Cube was discontinued in 2001, not 2000. And the Newton operating system supported handwriting recognition, not voice recognition. The final sentence should have read "...the Steve and Jony Show should continue to roll along just fine."
In , "Adding some sparkle to QVC" incorrectly reported QVC's annual revenue. It is $6.5 billion. And "Question of the week" gave an incorrect title for Harvey L. Pitt. He was chairman of the Securities & Exchange Commission from 2001 to 2002.
"Nightmare mortgages" (Cover Story, Sept. 11) should have specified that while there are no federal regulations for mortgage brokers, individual states have widely varying requirements.