Publish date:

June 7-13

<I>TSC</I> corrects its mistakes.

The June 10 Under the Hood column,

Unlike Elvis, Return of Value Funds Is No Mirage, incorrectly reported that

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First Eagle fund's 1998 return was 12%. In fact, it was 21%. (

corrected June 11


A June 10 story,

Feel Lucky, Punk? Then Think About Buying Stocks Now, incorrectly said that Joseph Battipaglia, chairman of investment policy at


, is recommending

VLSI Technology


. In fact, Battipaglia recommends

LSI Logic

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. (

corrected June 11


A June 8 story,

Even Proposed Web Expansion Can't Bring Magic Back to Disney Stock, and a June 8 James J. Cramer column,

Getting Behind Disney's Online Strategy, misspelled the name of former


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executive Jake Winebaum. (

corrected June 11


A June 8 story,

Searching for Growth in the Kmart Karma, incorrectly said that holders of a convertible security could turn their position into equity if



stock traded below 15 3/4 and Kmart decided to call back the security anytime after June 15. In fact, holders of that security would likely convert if Kmart's stock traded above $15.81. (

corrected June 10


A June 9 James J. Cramer column,

The Net and the Tin Man, failed to note that Cramer's fund was long


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at the time of publication. (

corrected June 10

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A June 9 Jim Seymour column,

BellSouth's Wrongheaded Qwest, Part 2, failed to note that Seymour was long


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at the time of publication. (

corrected June 10


The Midday Movers section of the June 9 Midday Musings,

Mixed Stock Reaction Greets Soaring Bond Yields, incorrectly credited oil and gas exploration firm



with a second-quarter upside earnings surprise. In fact, it was sportswear company



that reported second-quarter earnings June 9. (

corrected June 9


A June 8 retail story,

Searching for Growth in the Kmart Karma, featured a graphic that contained erroneous information on sales per square foot of selling space at three retail chains. In the latest fiscal year, sales at


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were $343 a square foot, sales at the


unit of

Dayton Hudson


were $253 a square foot and sales at



were $220 a square foot. The mistaken chart, which mistakenly presented those figures as being in millions, has been corrected. (

corrected June 8


The June 7 column,

Land of Rising Valuation Flirts With Failed Idea, misspelled the name of the venture capital firm

Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

. The third name is Caufield, not Caufiled. (

corrected June 8