Latino businesses: An article in the Sept. 18 Business section about chief executives urging greater recognition of the growing Latino market said that Anne Shen Smith, chief executive of Southern California Gas Co., noted that 77% of the top 50 employees at her company are Latino. It should have said 20% are Latino. A previous For the Record item erroneously gave the percentage as 14%.
Campaign money: An article in Section A on Sept. 22 misstated the amount of money that Priorities USA Action, a "super PAC" supporting President Obama, has raised. As of Aug. 31, it had brought in $35 million, not $31 million.
San Francisco housing: In a Sept. 24 LATExtra article about San Francisco micro-apartments, a statement attributed to Supervisor Scott Wiener said that he expected rents on the proposed 220-square-foot units to range from $1,200 to $1,700. Wiener expects them to range from $1,200 to $1,500. In addition, the article misidentified the organization of which Sara Shortt is executive director. It is the Housing Rights Committee of San Francisco, not the Human Rights Committee of San Francisco.
Classical music: The Fall Arts preview highlights for classical music in the Sept. 9 Arts & Books section said that a Nov. 13 performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall by conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Philharmonia Orchestra would be a multimedia performance of Berg's "Wozzeck." It will be a concert performance.
Green Day: A review of the new Green Day album in the Sept. 25 Calendar section said that "¡Uno!" is the band's eighth studio album. It is the ninth.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times