January 2012

A Dec. 29 article, The Biggest Recalls of 2011, erroneously reported the number of gas-powered lawn care tools that Stihl recalled as a fire hazard. The company recalled 2.3 million plastic gas caps due to gas tank expansion from regulated fuel additives. TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 4)


A Jan. 19 article, Apple Edges Toward $500B Market Cap, misstated Apple's ( AAPL) revenue relative to HP's ( HPQ). It has not surpassed HP in annual revenue. TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 19)


A Jan. 18 column, What's Wrong With U.S. Airlines?, misstated the labor classification of Delta Air Lines ( DAL) flight attendants. They are nonunion. TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 20)


A Jan. 24 story, EMC Reports Record Quarter Driven by Cloud Storage, inadvertently referred to IBM in one paragraph. The corrected passage should have read: "For the coming fiscal year, EMC expects revenue of $22 billion, in line with analysts' estimate of $22.02 billion." TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 24)


A Jan. 27 column, Which of These 10 Dividend Stocks Is Worth the Risk?, incorrectly said Windstream ( WIN) would need to migrate land-line customers to mobile services. Windstream does not offer mobile services to customers. TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 27)


A Jan. 11 column, Romney's Opportunity in South Carolina and Jan. 23 column, S.C's Verdict: Romney No Better Than Obama misstated the name of Mitt Romney's company. Romney is affiliated with Bain Capital, not Bain and Company. TheStreet regrets the error. ( Corrected Jan. 24)
This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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