Publish date:

Jan. 22-28

Author:

A Jan. 25 story,

Clutch Your Cash, Net Vulture Tells Carrion Class, mistakenly stated that Scott Hyten spoke at a meeting of the New York Venture Forum. In fact, the organization is known as the New York Venture Group.

(corrected Jan. 26)

The Jan. 25 story,

STMicroelectronics Sees Revenue Falling This Quarter, incorrectly reported that flash memory accounted for $636 million in revenue in the fourth quarter and one-quarter of total revenue at

STMicroelectronics

(STM:NYSE). In fact, flash memory brought in $636 million in 2001, or about 8% of total revenue. (

corrected Jan. 25

)

A Jan. 25 column,

Short-Sellers Find Themselves in a New Squeeze, incorrectly said the expiration date of insider-share lockups for

Avici Systems

(AVCI:Nasdaq) was Jan. 19. It was, in fact, Jan. 23. The column also neglected to disclose that one of the two mutual funds managed by the author holds a position in

Corvis

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

corrected Jan. 25

)

A Jan. 24 story,

Juno Online Beats Estimates, Cuts Handful of Jobs, incorrectly indicated that the company had 92,000 subscribers before the fourth quarter. In fact, the company added 92,000 subscribers during the quarter. (

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corrected Jan. 25

)

The Jan. 23 Investor Forum,

Are You Up With the Plans for Tax Changes on Options? incorrectly described a call transaction. The column said that if your long position is at $74 and you wrote a deep in-the-money call at $60, when the stock falls to $55, you could sell your underlying shares for $60. In fact, if the stock falls to $55, the option expires worthless and you keep the money you were paid for it. (

corrected Jan. 23

)

The Jan. 23 Tish on Tech column,

MapInfo Is Better Than Buns of Steel, incorrectly said MapInfo's fiscal first-quarter results were in line with estimates. MapInfo's 14 cents a share in earnings beat Street estimates by 2 cents. (

corrected Jan. 23

)

A Jan. 23 story,

Tellabs Telling Wall Street Slowdown's No Problem, misstated

Tellabs'

(TLAB:Nasdaq) 2001 price-to-earnings ratio. It is 27, not 37. (

corrected Jan. 23

)

The Jan. 22 Detox column,

Golden State's Energy Drama Threatens to Maul Big Producers, mistakenly reported that California had passed legislation capping the rate on the Department of Water Resources' power purchases at 5.5 cents a kilowatt-hour. In fact, no such cap was set in the measure. (

corrected Jan. 22

)