"A number-cruncher gets an 'E' for errors" (Top of the News, May 24) incorrectly described Automatic Data Processing Inc.'s handling of proxy votes for McGraw-Hill Inc., parent of BUSINESS WEEK. ADP was slow to tabulate the votes, but McGraw-Hill institutional shareholders did not express concern. In fact, nearly 90% of McGraw-Hill's outstanding shares were voted, and nothing occurred that in any way affected the validity of the overwhelmingly favorable votes for the candidates and proposals at McGraw-Hill's annual meeting.

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