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"Is Viagra Vulnerable?" (Marketing, Oct. 27, 2003)


In "Is Viagra vulnerable?" (Marketing, Oct. 27), Dr. Steven J. De Angeles was quoted as saying his staff had been taken out to lunches worth more than $3,000 apiece by sales reps from Pfizer Inc. (PFE) and a partnership of GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK) and Bayer (BAY). The lunch tabs were actually as much as $300. In "BofA heads back to Main Street" (News Analysis & Commentary, Nov. 10), USClaims Inc. was incorrectly described as a lender to personal-injury victims. The company pays cash to personal-injury victims for an interest in any future proceeds from a court award or settlement, but unlike a lender, receives nothing if there is no recovery. In "What's in a name for black job seekers?" (Economic Viewpoint, Nov. 3), economist Finis Welch should have been identified as a consultant and retired professor at Texas A&M University. "Mega plane" on the Airbus A380 jet (The Corporation, Nov. 10) stated incorrectly that Emirates Airline is owned by the government of the United Arab Emirates. It is owned by the government of Dubai, one of the emirates that make up the UAE. Also, in the sidebar, "A great divide between comfort and cattle class?," the photo caption incorrectly identified the man in the Airbus A380 prototype as CEO No?l Forgeard. The man was a model.


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