Corrections

February 12, 2005

Because of an editing error, the word "given" was dropped from a column by Michael Olesker in some of yesterday's editions of The Sun. The column should have referred to "e-mails given to The Washington Post."

Because of an editing error, an article in some of yesterday's editions on the Neuter Scooter operated by the Maryland Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals incorrectly made reference to the Humane Society. The Baltimore-based SPCA and the Humane Society of Baltimore County are separate organizations.

In an article in Thursday's Business section about former Hewlett-Packard Co. chief executive Carly Fiorina's pay, the Associated Press erroneously reported that Apple Computer Inc. CEO Steve Jobs had "cashed in" $74.8 million worth of stock options in 2003. In fact, Jobs declined his options but took an outright grant of 5 million shares of stock, worth $74.8 million when the company filed its proxy report with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The stock grant vests three years after it was awarded.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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