The March 23 On Tap Today, Morgan Stanley, FedEx, More Set to Report, incorrectly reported that durable goods orders for February would be released Thursday, March 23. In fact, durable goods orders will be released Friday, March 24. ( corrected March 23)

The March 21 Stocks To Watch,

BASF Will Buy American Home Products' Cyanamid; Midday Movers,

3Com Lower Despite Earnings Surprise, Identix Higher on Upgrade; and Company Report,

GE Rocks and Rolls to Big Gain on First-Quarter Outlook, incorrectly listed

FleetBoston Financial's

(FBF:NYSE) ticker symbol as FLB. FleetBoston Financial's ticker symbol is FBF.

(corrected March 23)

A March 20 story,

MicroStrategy's Restatement Has Investors Running for the Hills, misspelled a fund manager's name and misstated his title. He is Eric Efron, not Effron, and he is co-manager, not manager, of the

USAA Aggressive Growth

fund. (

corrected March 22

)

A March 22 James J. Cramer column,

Looking for a Bottom in Palm, failed to disclose that his hedge fund held long positions in

Palm

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

corrected March 22

)

A March 21 story,

General Electric Anticipates Beating Estimates, incorrectly stated that

General Electric

(GE:NYSE) is splitting its stock April 27. In fact, the company's shareholders are expected to vote on a 3-for-1 stock split at GE's annual meeting April 26. (

corrected March 22

)

The March 20 Evening Update,

Caldera IPO Priced Above-Range; 3Com Reports, incorrectly referred to

Integrated Electrical Services

(IEE:NYSE) as Integrated Electronics in an item about its new CEO. (

corrected March 21

)