A Feb. 21 column,

Human Nature and Other Technicalities, incorrectly reported that the Nasdaq Composite surged 378% from October 1998 to March 2000. It actually moved up 278%.

(corrected Feb. 25)

A Feb. 22 story,

Enron Ends Plans for Broadband Network in Western India, incorrectly identified

Enron's

(ENE:NYSE) partner company in the project as

Global TeleSystems

(GTS:NYSE). In fact, Enron had planned the project with

Global Tele-Systems Ltd.

, a firm that isn't related to the company traded on the

New York Stock Exchange

. (

corrected Feb. 23

)

The Feb. 22 Market News story,

Electronic Arts Shows It's Got Game in January, incorrectly reported that

THQ

(THQI:Nasdaq) held its fourth-quarter conference call at 2 p.m. EST. It held the call at 11 a.m. EST. (

corrected Feb. 23

)

Due to an editing error, a Feb. 15 Wing Tips column,

TheStreet Recommends

Airline Workers Get Bushwhacked, incorrectly identified the union representing pilots at

American Airlines

in a 1997 labor dispute as the Airline Pilots Association. In fact, the union is the Allied Pilots Association. (

corrected Feb. 22.

)

A Feb. 21 Tish on Tech,

Fraud, by -- and With -- the Numbers, could've been misinterpreted to lead readers to believe that

Drexel Burnham Lambert

had accounting irregularities. It didn't. (

clarified Feb. 22

)

A Feb. 13 Herb on TheStreet column,

Is Black Box Really That Much Different? incorrectly said that the rule of thumb at

Black Box

(BBOX:Nasdaq) is that every $4 of acquired revenue equals about one penny of profits per share. In fact, the rule of thumb at Black Box is that every $4 million of acquired revenue equals about one penny of profits per share. (

corrected Feb. 22.

)

A Feb. 21 story,

Brocade Plunges as Outlook Has Never Been 'More Opaque,' incorrectly said that

Brocade's

(BRCD:Nasdaq) first quarter ended Dec. 27. In fact, it ended Jan. 27. (

corrected Feb. 21

)