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An April 25 Herb on TheStreet column,

The Downside of StarTek's Heavy Reliance on Microsoft, incorrectly reported that


(SRT:NYSE) fourth-quarter sales from


(MSFT:Nasdaq) grew just 16% over the prior year. In fact, sales grew 6% over the prior year. The column also said StarTek's non-Microsoft sales growth slid 6.2% in the fourth quarter -- the second straight quarter of declines. In fact, non-Microsoft sales rose 26% in the fourth quarter and were not down the quarter before.

(corrected April 28.)

An April 28 Tish Williams column,

So You've Always Wanted to Be a VC, Have You?, mistakenly reported that

Kana Communications'

(KANA:Nasdaq) stock has fallen to 37. The figure didn't take into account a 2-for-1 stock split.

(corrected April 28)

An April 19 story,

Commerce One Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss, incorrectly reported that analysts surveyed by

First Call/Thomson Financial

had been expecting

Commerce One

(CMRC:Nasdaq) to report a loss of 24 cents a share for the first quarter. In fact, in adjusting for a 2-for-1 stock split, the analysts had forecast a 12-cent loss.

(corrected April 28)

An April 19 story,

Warner Lambert, American Home Beat Expectations, incorrectly reported that

American Home Products

(AHP:NYSE) beat estimates by 8 cents. In fact, the company matched estimates.

(corrected April 28)

An April 26 James J. Cramer column,

Fishing for a False Bottom: Part 2, failed to disclose that his hedge fund held a long position in


(CSCO:Nasdaq) at the time of publication. (

corrected April 28


An April 26 Herb on TheStreet column,

Will Amazon's Real Gross Margin Please Stand Up?, failed to disclose that an unnamed skeptic who criticized selling practices at

(AMZN:Nasdaq) was short the stock. That person was the last person quoted in the Amazon section of the story. (

corrected April 27


The April 27 Buysider column,

Stuck in Conference-Call Hell, misspelled the name of the

Berkshire Hathaway

(BRK.A:NYSE). He is Warren Buffett, not Warren Buffet. (

corrected April 27


The April 26 Evening Update,

AT&T Wireless Prices Historic IPO; Misses the Mark, incorrectly reported that

InterTrust Technologies

(ITRU:Nasdaq) posted a first-quarter loss of 8 cents a share. In fact the company posted a loss of 12 cents a share, which excludes a one-time writeoff of 8 cents a share. The company still beat the estimated loss of 14 cents a share. (

corrected April 27


The April 25 Evening Update,

JDS Uniphase, eBay Beat Estimates, incorrectly reported that the March-quarter analyst estimate for


(EMKR:Nasdaq) called for a break-even result. In fact, the

First Call/Thomson Financial

estimate called for a loss of 25 cents a share, so Emcore's loss of 21 cents a share was narrower than analysts expected. The story also incorrectly reported that Emcore's March quarter was its fiscal first quarter. In fact, it was its fiscal second quarter. (

corrected April 26


An April 25 telecom story,

Avanex Shares Roar Higher as Gilder Rides Again, incorrectly reported that


(XLA:Amex) shares were some 80% off their 52-week high of 350. In fact, adjusting for a stock split, the shares were 67% off a 52-week high of 225. (

corrected April 26


An April 24 Herb on TheStreet column,

Does Microsoft Really Have Reason to Be This Gloomy?, incorrectly said


(MSFT:Nasdaq) warned of weaker-than-expected results for its first quarter. In fact, the warning, given to a

Goldman Sachs

analyst, applied to the company's fiscal third quarter. (

corrected April 25


The April 20 Evening Update,

Equity Mutual Funds Get $6 Billion in Inflows, incorrectly reported that


(ELON:Nasdaq) first-quarter loss of 2 cents a share fell short of a two-analyst First Call/Thomson Financial consensus estimate of a loss of 1 cent a share. The estimate has been corrected. In fact, Echelon's results matched a one-analyst estimate of a loss of 2 cents a share. (

corrected April 24