"Can She Fix Fidelity's Lagging Sales?" (News & Insights, May 7, 2007)

In "Can she fix Fidelity's lagging sales?" (News & Insights, May 7), Edward C. "Ned" Johnson III's age was incorrect. Johnson turns 77 in June.

In "Remade in the USA" (Global Business, May 7), the name of Tim Schaaff, Sony's (SNE) senior vice-president for software development, was spelled incorrectly.

"A closer look at Cooper" (Inside Wall Street, May 7) should have said Mark Kronenfeld is with Ridgemark Capital.

"Doing write" (Up Front, Apr. 30) gave subscriber numbers that were provided by the companies for each of four new philanthropic publications. Since the magazines operate under different circulation models, total circulation numbers (newsstand sales, if any; subscriptions; and controlled and other circulation) provide a better across-the-board comparison of each magazine's reach. Those figures, also provided by the magazines, are: Benefit: 50,000; Contribute: 70,000; Good: 70,000; Need: 21,000.

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