Sept. 6-12

<I>TSC</I> rights its wrongs.
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Due to an editing error, a letter posted Aug. 31 in Email to the Editors, titled "It's All About the Benjamins," mistakenly included a reference to

Industrial Data Systems

(IDS:AMEX) in the following sentence: "The biggest culprits are the 'proprietary' shops (i.e. Merrill Lynch (MER:NYSE) and IDS (IDS:AMEX) where the incentives are very much slanted toward what they want the representative to sell." That reference has been deleted. (

corrected Sept. 10

)

A Sept. 8 story,

Whaddaya Mean 'After-Hours' Trading? West Coast Investors Ask, mistakenly reported that standard market hours in the Pacific time zone are 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. They are 6:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (

corrected Sept. 8

)

A Sept. 8 story,

Japan's GDP Report Gains Currency but Is Still Hard to Figure, mistakenly reported that

Morgan Stanley Dean Witter

recently cut back its gross domestic product growth estimates for Japan. The firm that cut back those targets was

J.P. Morgan

. (

corrected Sept. 8

)

The Watchlist section of the Sept. 7 Wake-Up Call,

Well-Rested Stocks May Struggle to Recapture Friday's Strength, mischaracterized a deal between

Bell Microproducts

(BELM:Nasdaq) and

Advanced Micro Devices

(AMD:NYSE). Under the companies' distribution agreement, Bell will use AMD's K6-2, K6-3 and Athlon microprocessors. It won't supply AMD with microprocessors.

The same item mistakenly attributed a $1 billion price tag to

Hilton's

(HLT:NYSE) agreement to acquire

Promus Hotel

(PRH:NYSE). The deal should be valued at $4 billion in cash, stock and debt assumption. (

corrected Sept. 7

)