Aug. 11-17

An Aug. 16 story, Campus Debate: Inkjet or Laser?, incorrectly stated in a table how many pages per cartridge the Hewlett-Packard 5550 Color Inkjet prints and at what cost. The actual number is 400 pages, which changes the cost per page to 46 cents. ( corrected Aug. 28)

The Aug. 15 Aaron Task column, Investors Feel Free to Roam About the Market, incorrectly identified Phil Ruffat's title and firm. Ruffat is director of the futures division at Mizuho Securities USA. ( corrected Aug. 16)

The Aug. 14 Portfolio Manager's Toolbox column, Ten Checkpoints Before a Market Liftoff, erroneously stated that Yahoo! (YHOO:Nasdaq) purchased PayPal. eBay (EBAY:Nasdaq) acquired PayPal. ( corrected Aug. 15)

The Aug. 14 Herb on TheStreet column, SEC 'Looking Into' Illiquid Asset Values, mistakenly implied that a Securities and Exchange Commission official had said there was no investigation into the asset valuation practices at business development companies. In fact, as a matter of policy the SEC neither confirms nor denies information regarding investigations. ( clarification issued Aug. 14)

The Aug. 13 Mark Haefele column, Demystifying Those Rarely Impaired BDCS, incorrectly stated that Allied Capital (ALD:NYSE) had not answered the examination of its accounting by Greenlight Capital. In fact, Allied did issue a response to the criticism. ( corrected Aug. 14.)

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