Corrections News Headlines

CORRECTED-China graft watchdog probes another exec at Chinese car maker

(Corrects headline and lead to say that executive is from FAW Group Corporation, not FAW-Volkswagen Automotive Co Ltd )

3:50am EDT

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Takeda, Lilly lose bid to overturn $9 bln award for hiding cancer risk

(Corrects number of decisions in Actos lawsuits from three to six in final paragraph)

Fri, Aug 29 2014

CORRECTED-BRIEF-Fairfax Financial to buy Pethealth Inc for $2.79 per share in cash

(Corrects headline to say 'Fairfax Financial to buy Pethealth' not 'Pethealth to buy Pethealth')

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Iliad will hit sales, mobile targets early - CFO

PARIS, Aug 29 - French low-cost telecoms carrier Iliad is ahead of schedule on its 2015 goal to reach annual sales of 4 billion euros ($5.3 billion) and will probably have 15 percent mobile market share by the end of this year, its finance chief said.

CORRECTED-Canada jobs data error caused by botched program update: probe

(Changes paragraph 3 to remove reference to calculating how many people out of work, as there were no changes to the calculations introduced in the system)

29 Aug 2014

CORRECTED-Cereal sweetener output could surge in E.Europe after EU quotas

(Corrects to show Tate & Lyle Plc is an owner of Hungrana. Removes reference to ASR Group)

Financials, Stocks 29 Aug 2014

CORRECTED-Women venture capitalists underperform men, say Harvard academics

(Corrects spelling of Emily Weisburst's name in second paragraph)

CORRECTED-Greece's Eurobank posts Q2 loss as provisions weigh

(Corrects year-ago credit loss provision figure in 3rd paragraph, showing provisions rose, not fell)

29 Aug 2014

CORRECTED-Spanish airport manager Aena sale to target small shareholders

(Combines paragraphs 13 and 14 to clarify that Aena made a profit for the first time in 2013)

Financials, Industrials 29 Aug 2014

CORRECTED-Comedian Joan Rivers still resting comfortably at New York hospital

NEW YORK, Aug 29 - Comedian Joan Rivers rested comfortably on Friday at a New York hospital where she was admitted after she suffered cardiac arrest and stopped breathing during a vocal cord procedure, a spokeswoman said.

29 Aug 2014
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Key retirements mean a changing of the guard next year in U.S. Congress

Regardless what voters decide in the November elections, there will be a major changing of the guard next year in the U.S. Congress as result of a number of key retirements.