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Nov. 20-26

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Because of an incomplete press release, a Nov. 21 story,

Intuit Beats First-Quarter Estimates, mistakenly reported that Intuit met analysts' earnings expectations for the first quarter. In fact, Intuit beat estimates for the period, recording a loss of 10 cents a share, excluding charges and items. Wall Street expected the company to lose 16 cents a share. The incorrect information was also reported in a subsequent

Stocks to Watch item. (

corrected Nov. 22


The Nov. 21 TaskMaster column,

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Where's the Brake on This Thing? Trying to Stop the Market's Skid, incorrectly reported that


(XLNX:Nasdaq) issued a profit warning. In fact, the warning was issued by


(AVT:NYSE), a Xilinx distributor. (

corrected Nov. 22