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Donald Sterling: In the June 4 Sports section, an article about Clippers owner Donald Sterling's efforts to repair his reputation said that Sterling saw neurologists at UCLA Medical Center and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on May 22, according to his attorney, Max Blecher. Records subsequently filed in probate court show that one exam was May 19 and one was May 22, and both were at Sterling's Beverly Hills home. Sterling underwent brain scans at Cedars-Sinai.

E3 trade show: In the June 12 Business section, a headline and article about the E3 video game trade show said that Nintendo Co. was releasing a "glacier white" PlayStation 4. Sony Corp. makes PlayStation.

Emmy Award nominations: In The Envelope in the June 12 edition, a column about possible Emmy nominees listed "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" in the variety series category. NBC is submitting "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" for consideration.

Airbnb Brazil: In the June 11 Business section, an article about Airbnb's operations in Brazil during the World Cup referred to Sao Paulo as the nation's capital. Brasilia is the capital. Also, Boston University professor Giorgos Zervas' first name was misspelled as Giorgis.

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