April 2008 Corrections Page
An April 29 column, Top Five Large-Cap Stocks, incorrectly stated that CSX Corp. (CSX) operates CSX World Terminals as a subsidiary. CSX sold World Terminals to Dubai Ports in February 2005. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 30)
An April 25 article, The Market Story, incorrectly stated that Western Digital (WDC) guided below analyst estimates for the fiscal fourth quarter. In fact, the company guided for profits in a range of 77 cents to 83 cents a share. Wall Street is looking for 80 cents. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 18)
An April 17 column, World Food Shortage Stock Plays, incorrectly described Eden Biosciences (EDEN) as a producer of the Messenger product. The micro-cap company, in fact, only markets the product through its small home and garden distribution business. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 18)
An April 18 article, Honeywell Boosts Sales Forecast, incorrectly stated that the company is a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Honeywell (HON:NYSE) was removed from the Dow in February. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 18)
An April 17 column, Dykstra's DITM Call: Forest Labs, misstated the price of the Forest Labs (FRX) calls he was considering. He intended to say the 10 November 30 (FRXKG) calls for $7.50 or better, not the 35 calls.
In an April 15 column, AMAG's Iron Drug Put to the Fire, the dosing of ferumoxytol was mischaracterized. Ferumoxytol is given via two, 17-second injections, not as a single, 15-minute infusion as previously stated. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 15)
An April 14 RealMoney.com Columnist Conversation post, Notable 52-Week Highs, incorrectly identified Dell (DELL) as hitting a 52-week high on April 11. The stock, in fact, hit a 52-week low that day. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected April 14)
An April 1 column, Tuesday's Small-Cap Winners & Losers, erronously presented Kandi's (KNDI) full-year 2007 revenue and full-year 2006 net income figures in billion-dollar figures; the figures are actually million-dollar amounts. TheStreet.com regrets the errors. (Corrected April 1)
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