MySpace strategy: A photo caption in Wednesday’s Business section with an article about efforts to revive the struggling online social network misspelled the last name of MySpace product lead Ali Tahmasbi as Tahmusbi.
Inventors Day: A column in Sunday’s Business section about inventors who gathered to show their wizardry to a panel headed by infomercial marketer A.J. Khubani said Scott Heim runs Oregon Freeze Dry Inc. His company, which is based in Oregon, is called Dry Inc.
Christopher Nolan: An article about filmmaker Christopher Nolan in Wednesday’s Calendar said his next movie, “Inception,” opens July 19. It opens July 16.
Tax credits: An article in the Feb. 21 California section about businesses fighting a proposal in the state that would match certain state tax credits and penalties with those on federal tax returns erred in saying that Congress and the White House were under Republican control when the federal penalties passed in 2007. Democrats had a majority in the House of Representatives in 2007.
Jet Propulsion Lab: An article in Tuesday’s Section A about cases the Supreme Court plans to decide said the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is in Pasadena. It is in La Cañada Flintridge.
On the NFL: Sam Farmer’s On the NFL column in Sunday’s Sports section, a mock draft, misidentified Russell Okung’s school as Texas. He played for Oklahoma State.
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