A July 2 Herb on TheStreet column,

Bizarre's the Word at Multimedia Games, mistakenly asserted that a June 17 comment from the National Indian Gaming Commission in effect gave

Multimedia Games'

(MGAM:Nasdaq) MegaNanza game the more-restrictive Class III status. In fact, the commission had ruled MegaNanza was a Class III game in April. (

corrected July 3

)

The June 26 TaskMaster column,

Market Miracle: Apocalypse Not Now, incorrectly said the earnings yield of the S&P 500 was 8.81% heading into the week. In fact, the earnings yield of the S&P 500 was 2.5% heading into the week.

A June 27 story,

S&P Signal Nears as End-of-Month Trade Looms, incorrectly stated that the end-of-month trade discussed should be held until the close of trading on July 5. In fact, the trade should be held until the close of trading on July 3.

(corrected June 28)

A June 25 story,

Reading the Reversal, incorrectly stated that the Sept. 20, 2001 put/call ratio of 121 was the highest reading since 1977. In fact, that was the highest reading since 1997.

(corrected June 28)

A June 19 story,

Restaurant IPO's Hope to Taste Success, failed to note that Fresh Enterprises was in the process of being acquired by

Wendy's

(WEN:NYSE) at the time of the story. The deal was completed June 21, and Fresh Enterprises is no longer an IPO candidate.

(corrected June 26)