The Feb. 25

Midday Musings incorrectly said

Morgan Stanley Dean Witter

strategist Byron Wien changed his model portfolio's equity allocation to 90% from 85% in October. On the morning of Oct. 16, Wien told clients it was time to buy stocks, but he did not make any change to his model portfolio at that time. (

corrected Feb. 25

)

Herb Greenberg's Feb. 25 column,

BMC Software Restates Several Quarters of Earnings, but Where's the Press Release?, misidentified an analyst with

Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette

. He is Joe Farley, not Joe Flaherty. (

corrected Feb. 25

)

Marc Chandler's Feb. 24 Global Briefing piece,

Greenspan Keeps the Limelight, mistakenly asserted the U.S. raised interest rates three times in the last year. The U.S. actually cut rates three times in the second half of 1998. (

corrected Feb. 24

)

The Feb. 23 story

Net Analyst Blodget Heads for Merrill stated that

Merrill Lynch

had not announced a replacement for semiconductor analyst Tom Kurlak, who left the firm. On Monday Merrill said it has named Joe Osha to replace Kurlak. (

corrected Feb. 23

)

A Feb. 23 column by Helene Meisler,

Excuses, Excuses, incorrectly referred to

General Mills'

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ticker symbol as GM. (

corrected Feb. 23

)

The Feb. 22 Microsoft antitrust trial story,

Protracted Trial Dragging Down Microsoft Stock, misspelled the name of the manager of the

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USAA Science & Technology fund. He is Curt, not Kurt, Rohrman. (

corrected Feb. 23

)

The Feb. 22 story

Net Stocks Lead the Way Higher Again incorrectly identified Ryan Jacob's Internet Fund as a $20 million fund. In fact, it is a $120 million fund. (

corrected Feb. 22

)

The Feb. 22 Herb on TheStreet,

Shareholders Still Bitter Over the Sorry Story of Shiva's Sale to Intel, erroneously reported that

Intel

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had settled for $4 million a class-action lawsuit filed by

Shiva

(SHVA)

shareholders. The suit hasn't been settled. (

corrected Feb. 22

)