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In "Potations from Chairman Mao" (Global Business, Oct. 9), the name of Grace Vineyard's founder was spelled incorrectly. It is Chan Chun Keung. "Battle for the index investor" (Personal Finance, Oct. 9) reported that the expense ratio on the PowerShares' FTSE RAFI 1000 Portfolio is 0.76%. However, the company is charging only 0.60% for expenses through April, 2007. "Getting fit glued to the tube" (Sports Biz, Oct. 16) incorrectly put the Denver Nuggets in the National Football League. The team is in the National Basketball Assn. The Business Week (Oct. 16) stated that Russian aluminum giants Rusal and Sualmerged on Oct. 4. In fact, the merger was not announced until Oct. 9. A story about Citigroup, "Cleaned up but falling behind" (Oct. 16), should have specified that Alcoa CEO Alain J.P. Belda is lead director at Citi, not just a board member, and that the company's stock has been stagnating for five years, not three.