A Dec. 4 story,

To Some, Talk of Tech Bubble Gets Overblown, incorrectly reported that using a June-to-May fiscal year, earnings from the tech sector are expected to rise 34% in the second quarter of 2002, 128% in the third quarter and 44% for all of next year, while, using a calendar year, tech company earnings are expected to reach $21.89 in 2002, compared with $34.95 in 2000 and $19.12 in 2001.

In fact, using a calendar year, tech earnings are expected to rise 34% in the second quarter of 2002, 128% in the third quarter and 44% for all of next year, while, using the June-to-May fiscal year, tech company earnings are expected to reach $21.89 in 2002, compared with $34.95 in 2000 and $19.12 in 2002. (

corrected Dec. 4

)

A Dec. 4 article,

Emmis Communications Lowers Fiscal 2002 Guidance, mistakenly reported the company's radio revenue forecasts for 2002 as its total revenue forecasts. In fact, the company's total revenue guidance is $136.5 million for the third quarter, $114.0 million for the fourth quarter and $530.2 million for fiscal 2002.

(corrected Dec. 4)

The Nov. 27 Meet the Street,

Home Is Where the Spending Is mistakenly quoted Ethan Allen's CEO as saying "Today, we are not always a known brand but, I believe, a preferred brand in home furnishings." In fact, Mr. Kathwari said "Today, we are not only a known brand but, I believe, a preferred brand in home furnishings."

(corrected Nov. 27)

A Nov. 19 column,

TranSwitch Affirms Guidance, Will Cut 10% of Workforce, mistakenly reported a fourth quarter Thomson Financial/First Call earnings estimate of 11 cents per share for

TranSwitch

(TXCC:Nasdaq). In fact, the estimate was for a loss of 11 cents per share.

(corrected Nov. 19)

The Nov. 16 Detox column,

Conseco's Numbers Grow More Mind-Numbing, mistakenly said that

Conseco

(CNC:NYSE) had made $26 billion of loans before September 2000. In fact, those loans were made before September 1999.

The same article misstated some assusmptions for Conseco's 2002 loan growth. Please see a follow-up article

addressing this point.

(corrected Nov. 19)

A Nov. 16. column,

RumorMill Takes Citrix Through the Grinder,mistakenly reported Merrill Lynch analyst RobertStimson had a target price on

Citrix

(CTXS:Nasdaq) of $20 to$22. In fact, the Merrill report cited the $20-$22price range as an attractive entry point, not as atarget price.

(corrected Nov. 19)