A Sept. 27 column by Richard Suttmeier, REITs Should Lose Safe-Haven Status, gave incorrect share-price numbers for Vornado Realty Trust (VNO:NYSE). The correct 52-week high was $111.98, reached on Sept. 20, not $83.54 on Sept. 13, and the correct quarterly pivot is $109.49, instead of the previously noted monthly and quarterly risky levels at $82.56 and $86.59. TheStreet.com regrets the error. (Corrected Sept. 27)

A Sept. 25 column,

A Look at Post-Split Performance, said that

Ciena

had a reverse split last week. In fact, that reverse split was completed today.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 25)

A Sept. 14 column by Dan Fitzpatrick,

Google Set to Break Resistance, misstated the earnings date for

Google

(GOOG:Nasdaq). It is Oct. 19, not Sept. 19.

TheStreet.com

regrets the error.

(Corrected Sept. 14)

A Sept. 11 story,

Google Grapples With YouTube, misidentified the corporate parent of Warner Bros. Records. It is

Warner Music

(WMG:NYSE), not

Time Warner

(TWX:NYSE).

TheStreet.com

regrets the error. (

Corrected Sept. 11

)

An Aug. 23 column by Richard Suttmeier,

A Big-Bank Home-Construction Conundrum, requires clarification. After the column was originally published, it was realized that the dramatic second-quarter increase in

Marshall & Ilsley's

(MI:NYSE) construction loans could be attributed in large part to the company's April 1 purchase of Gold Bank. Without that acquisition, M&I's increase in construction loans would have been a more modest 7.5%. All figures given in the table and breakdown for M&I in the column are for the combined entity.

TheStreet.com

regrets the misunderstanding.

(Corrected Sept. 7)