The July 20 Tish on Tech,

Upstarts Rule the Market for Voice-Over-Internet Applications, incorrectly included

Nuance

(NUAN:Nasdaq) in a group of private companies.

(corrected July 21)

A July 20 story,

Timing Is Everything: Munder Sets Big Private Deal With Soaring Multex.com, misidentified a NetNet fund co-manager. His name is Steven Appledorn, not Scott Appledorn. Also, the fund's $30 million

Multex.com

investment will add up to 0.4% of the fund, not 4%, which will keep it out of the fund's top 10 holdings.

(corrected July 21)

A July 14 story

Razing Hair, Raising Shares: A Look at 'Aesthetic Technology' Stocks, incorrectly said that

BriteSmile

used a laser-based teeth whitening system, when it uses a gas-plasma light activated system. The column also stated that the treatment whitens teeth by two to seven shades. It actually whitens teeth by nine shades.

(corrected July 21)

The headline on a July 20 story,

CNet Beats EPS Expectations While Revenue Doubles, mistakenly reported that

CNet's

(CNET:Nasdaq) latest-quarter earnings beat Wall Street estimates by a penny. In fact, the earnings beat estimates by 2 cents. (

corrected July 21

)

A July 19 story,

CNet to Acquire Ziff-Davis, said that

Softbank

of Japan owns a majority of CNet's shares. In fact, Softbank owns a majority of

Ziff-Davis

voting stock. (

corrected July 21

)

The July 19 Silicon Babylon column,

Where Has All the Chillin' Gone?, incorrectly quoted venture capitalist John Doerr of

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

saying, "The biggest need that we have are the great executives to lead these teams." In fact, Doerr said, "We need CEOs and teams to lead these companies." (

corrected July 20

)

The July 20 Bill Meehan column,

Down, but Not Out, mistakenly reported the

Nasdaq Composite Index's

combined Tuesday-Wednesday decline as "almost 120 points." In fact, the index dropped a total of 219.04 over those days. (

corrected July 20

)

A July 19 story,

Qwest Tops Estimates by 2 Cents, mistakenly reported that

Qwest

(Q:NYSE) expects to report 2000 earnings of $7.4 billion on revenue of $18.5 million. In fact, Qwest forecast $18.5 billion in revenue and $7.4 billion in earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization for 2000. (

corrected July 19

)

A July 19 story,

Nortel, Lucent Facing the Strong Demand Music, mistakenly reported two years as the length of time that

Cisco

(CSCO:Nasdaq) hasn't released an optical product from its

Monterey

unit. In fact, while Monterey has been developing an optical device since 1998, Cisco acquired the company only last year. (

corrected July 19

)

A July 17 story,

Commerce One Report Has Ariba's Giant Footsteps to Follow, misidentified a

Thomas Weisel Partners

analyst. He is Robert Schwartz, not Thomas Schwartz. (

corrected July 19

)

A July 14 story,

Extended Systems Nosedives After Earnings Warning, incorrectly reported that

Extended Systems

(XTND:Nasdaq) forecast a fourth-quarter loss of $13.2 million on revenue of $5 million. In fact, the company expects to report $13.2 million in revenue, $5 million of which will come from its mobile information management unit. (

corrected July 19

)

A July 18 story,

Continental, Southwest Soar Past Expectations, mistakenly reported that

America West

(AWA:NYSE) beat analysts' earnings estimates with latest-period results. In fact, excluding a 17-cent gain, the company's results fell far short of estimates. (

corrected July 18

)

The July 18

Stocks to Watch incorrectly reported that

Copper Mountain Networks

(CMTN)

announced earnings of 18 cents and missed an eight-analyst estimate of 24 cents. In fact, Copper Mountain reported earnings of 24 cents, beating an 8-analyst estimate of 23 cents by a penny. (

corrected July 18

)

The July 14 Market Story,

Smoking Nasdaq Ends Higher After Strong Week of Earnings, incorrectly stated that the

Producer Price Index

rose 0.1% in June. In fact, it fell 0.1% in June. (

corrected July 18

)

A table in the July 13 Market Story,

Strong Earnings Boost Nasdaq to Highest Close Since April, reported the year-to-date changes for three indices incorrectly. As of the close July 13, the

Dow Jones Industrial Average

was down 6.2% for the year, not down 6.1%. The

Nasdaq Composite Index

was up 2.6%, not down 2.5%. The

Russell 2000

was up 7.4%, not up 6.9%. (

corrected July 17

)

A July 17 story,

AOL Takes a Wait-and-See Approach to Wireless Internet Access, incorrectly said that a combined

AOL

(AOL:NYSE) and

Time Warner

(TWX:NYSE) could replace its cable system with a high-speed wireless system. The article should have said that the combined company could supplement its cable system with a high-speed wireless system. (

corrected July 17

)