A Feb. 14 story,

Viacom Misses Estimates by a Penny, but Revenue Rises Sharply, incorrectly reported that

Viacom's

(VIA:NYSE) fourth-quarter earnings were $30.4 million, or 2 cents a share. In fact, the company earned $76 million, or 5 cents a share. The story also incorrectly reported that fourth-quarter results fell short of analysts' consensus estimate of 3 cents a share when, in fact, they exceeded estimates. Finally, pro forma revenue for the year-ago fourth quarter was incorrectly reported as $60.04 billion. The correct figure is $6.04 billion. (

corrected Feb. 15

)

A Feb. 14 story,

Arrow Electronics Heads Higher After Earnings Report, Forecast, incorrectly described the company as a contract manufacturer. In fact,

Arrow Electronics

(ARW:NYSE) distributes electronic components and computer products. (

corrected Feb. 15

)

A Feb. 12 column,

On the Level: Slowdown a Millstone Around Big Tech's Neck, mistakenly said that the U.S. stock market bottomed in 1975. In fact, it bottomed in late 1974.

(corrected Feb. 14)