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An April 19 story,

Pennies From Somewhere, incorrectly reported that


(LU:NYSE) net income for its fiscal second quarter was $228 million. In fact, $228 million was the amount of the increase. Lucent's actual net income was $761 million.

(corrected April 20)

An April 19 Aaron Task column,

Bristol-Myers Implosion Explodes Myth About Safe Stocks, incorrectly reported that

Commerce One's

(CMRC:Nasdaq) first-quarter loss was 29 cents a share. Excluding one-time items, the loss was 9 cents a share.

(corrected April 20)

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The April 18 Bond Focus,

Treasuries Shrug Off Rising Stock Prices, incorrectly reported the two-year Treasury note's yield as 4.320%. In fact, it was 6.320%. (

corrected April 18


An April 17 story,

Online Broker Ads Continue Star Wars , incorrectly stated in a chart that Geena Davis' last movie was

The Long Kiss Goodnight

. In fact, her most recent film was

Stuart Little


(corrected April 18)