"The Accounting Board is a Sinecure Qua Non" (Politics & Policy, Oct. 4, 2010)"The Accounting Board Is a Sinecure Qua Non" (Politics & Policy, Oct. 4) stated that the Supreme Court rejected a constitutional challenge to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. The court ruled that Congress violated the Constitution by creating a board that lacked Presidential oversight because the Securities and Exchange Commission could remove its members only for cause. The court invalidated that clause, letting the SEC remove board members at will. It left intact the board and its regulatory powers."Terry McAuliffe Pursues a New Shade of Green" (Politics & Policy, Oct. 11, 2010)"Terry McAuliffe Pursues a New Shade of Green" (Politics & Policy, Oct. 11) incorrectly said the first 10,000 electric cars sold by his company would be sold for $10,000. The first 100,000 cars would be sold at that price."For Sale-ish" (Feature, Oct. 11, 2010)In "For Sale-ish" (Feature, Oct. 11), we erroneously reported that George Papaioannou was hired by the Greek government to consult on the potential sale of government-owned land. Papaioannou is the chief executive officer of Piraeus Real Estate, a unit of Piraeus Bank. The government retained Piraeus Bank, not Papaioannou directly.
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