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Corrections & Clarifications

"As Pessimism Grows, Is It Time to Buy Stocks?" (Markets & Finance, Sept. 20, 2010)

"As Pessimism Grows, Is It Time to Buy Stocks?" (Markets & Finance, Sept. 20) said "Investors have withdrawn almost $57 billion from mutual funds that invest in U.S. stocks since the beginning of May....At the same time, they have put about $597 billion into bond funds." The time period for the bond fund inflows is since the end of 2008, not the beginning of May.

"T-Shirts Are Just the Start for Threadless" (Companies & Industries, Sept. 20, 2010)

The 2.5 million unique visitors to Threadless' website, cited in "T-Shirts Are Just the Start for Threadless" (Companies & Industries, Sept. 20), represented traffic for the month of August only, not the whole year.

"Jim DeMint's Path to Power" (Politics & Policy, Sept. 20, 2010)

In "Jim DeMint's Path to Power" (Politics & Policy, Sept. 20), the senator's statement that he favors "complete gridlock" should have said that businesses have told him they favor compete gridlock.

"Obama's Blue-Collar Crusader" (Politics & Policy, Sept. 20, 2010)

"Obama's Blue-Collar Crusader" (Politics & Policy, Sept. 20) incorrectly said that Ron Bloom helped Wilbur Ross save U.S. Steel. The company Bloom helped Ross create out of bankrupt steelmakers did not include U.S. Steel.

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