"Pitching Between the Lines" (What's Next, Dec. 3, 2007)
In "Pitching between the lines" (What's Next, Dec. 3), Internet advertising figures were erroneously attributed to eMarketer. The data came from Oppenheimer.
"Google Helps Make Passions Pay" (What's Next, Nov. 5, 2007)
"Google helps make passions pay" (What's Next, Nov. 5) should have clarified that celebrity-babies.com launched its site in January, 2004, and that Federated Media, not Google's (GOOG) AdSense, brokered the site's ads from McDonald's (MCD) and Eastman Kodak (EK).
"City to Big MAC: So Long" (BTW, Nov. 19, 2007)
"City to Big Mac: So long" (BTW, Nov. 19) mistakenly said that New York's Municipal Assistance Corp. would cease to exist in July, 2008, when all outstanding bonds have been paid. MAC will be dissolved a year after that.