The April 13 Tax Forum,

Does My Exchange Student Qualify as a Tax Deduction?, incorrectly characterized the 1040-PC as a tax form created by

TurboTax

,

TaxCut

and other tax-preparation software packages. In fact, it is a condensed version of

Form 1040

-- U.S. Individual Income Tax Return

created in a format that can be scanned and read by a computer.

(corrected April 13)

An April 13 Adam Lashinsky column,

A Strange Pas de Deux on Prospects for Microsoft and PCs, mistakenly reported

Goldman Sachs

analyst Rick Sherlund cut his earnings estimate on

Microsoft

(MSFT:Nasdaq). Sherlund cut revenue estimates while saying any decrease in earnings would likely be offset by an increase in investment income. (

corrected April 13

)

The April 12 Midday Movers,

Ben & Jerry's, Pechiney and American Freightways, the April 12 Company Report,

Ben & Jerry's, Compuware, Palm and Fannie Mae, and the April 12

first-quarter earnings compilation incorrectly included a fourth-quarter earnings report for

Express Scripts

(ESRX:Nasdaq). The report originally came out in February but was mistakenly reissued April 12 by

PR Newswire

. (

corrected April 13

)

An April 11 Herb on TheStreet column,

Pokemon, Pokemon, Where Art Thou Pokemon?, incorrectly reported that

4 Kids Entertainment

(KIDE:Nasdaq) traded at 21 1/2 when it was first mentioned in May 1999 column. In fact, the stock traded at a split-adjusted 10 3/4. (

corrected April 12

)

An April 10 market feature,

Momentum's Dead ... Yeah, Like Freddy and Jason Are, incorrectly listed the name and location of Rick Ziesing's company. It is

Versant Investment Management

, not Bonanza Capital, and it is in Kennett Square, Pa., not Kenneth Square, Pa. (

corrected April 10

)

The April 5 European Midday Update,

Technical Problems Prevent London Trading, incorrectly included the ticker symbol of San Jose, Calif.-based display processor company

Sage Inc.

(SAGI:Nasdaq) in a reference to London-listed

Sage

, an accounting software company. (

corrected April 10

)

The March 30 Evening Update,

Intel Faces $600 Million Decrease in Tax Provision, incorrectly included the ticker symbol of

Hearst-Argyle Television

(HTV:NYSE) in a reference to privately held publishing company

Hearst

. Hearst owns 60% of Hearst-Argyle, but the latter company was not involved with the news being reported. (

corrected April 10

)