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"Merced: Ghost Town,USA" (Housing Special Report, June 29, 2009)

"Merced: Ghost Town, USA" (Housing Special Report, June 29) misstated a Deutsche Bank (DB) estimate on how far housing prices may fall in Merced, Calif. The bank sees them falling 12.7% more from current prices, not 30%.

"The Allures and Perils of Foreign Government Bonds" (Personal Business, June 29, 2009)

"The Allures and Perils of Foreign Government Bonds" (Personal Business, June 29) mistakenly stated that the TCW Global Total Return Bond Fund invests in foreign government debt. It does not.

"Satellites for the Rest of Us" (BTW, June 29, 2009)

"Satellites for the Rest of Us" (BTW, June 29) incorrectly said that satellites launched this year weighed an average 257,000 pounds each. The figure represents the total weight of all satellites expected to be launched in 2009.

"Nokia: Bring On the Employee Rants" (Inside Innovation, June 22, 2009)

"Nokia (NOK): Bring On the Employee Rants" (Inside Innovation, June 22) gave an incorrect number for Nokia's 2008 annual revenues. It was $64 billion, not $50.7 billion.

"Can eBay Get Its Tech Savvy Back?" (Inside Innovation, June 22, 2009)

"Can eBay (EBAY) Get Its Tech Savvy Back?" (Inside Innovation, June 22) incorrectly attributed a quote about eBay's heyday in the early 2000s. The comment came from Marty Abbott, who left the company in 2005, not Marty Cagan.


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