Newhall Ranch: In the Dec. 1 Section A, an article about the Newhall Ranch development referred imprecisely to a planned project in Tejon Ranch. While the ranch straddles the Los Angeles-Kern county line, the planned development is in Los Angeles County.Read more
Cybersecurity start-ups: In the Nov. 29 Business section, an article about cybersecurity start-ups said that IronNet did not respond to several email requests for comment. In fact, the company did respond to one of those requests with this prepared statement: "IronNet's approach merges a team with unmatched cyber experience with the latest in analytics and advanced computing.Read more
Sumner Redstone: An article in the Nov. 28 Business section about a lawsuit challenging the mental competence of media mogul Sumner Redstone did not provide attribution for a passage that said ex-girlfriend Manuela Herzer made healthcare decisions on Redstone's behalf until she was expelled from his home. That assertion should have been attributed to Herzer.Read more
"Miss Kay": In the Nov. 27 Section A, two photographs of Hayok Kay, a homeless woman in Oakland known as Miss Kay, were incorrectly credited to Amir Soltani. The front-page photo and one of Kay with a grocery cart should have been credited to Chihiro Wimbush/Dogtown Redemption.
Equal pay: In the Nov. 27 Business section, an article about measures taken by Gap Inc.Read more
Pete Carroll versus UCLA: An article in the Nov. 25 Sports section said that USC football teams coached by Pete Carroll defeated UCLA in seven consecutive games, from 1999-2005. Carroll's teams won five in a row, from 2001-2005. Paul Hackett was USC's coach for the 1999 and 2000 victories.
Mal Whitfield: In the Nov.Read more