For the record

Sony restructuring: An article in the March 28 Business section about an organizational shake-up at Sony Corp. referred to Michael Lynton as Sony Pictures Entertainment co-president; his correct title was chairman. The article also said that he was promoted to be president of Sony Corp. of America. In fact, his new title is chief executive of that unit, and the promotion was not formally announced until March 29.

Boy bands: An article in the March 25 Arts & Books section about a new spate of boy bands on the pop music scene said that the recent appearance of One Direction’s “Up All Night” at the top of the U.S. pop charts marked the first time a British group had debuted at No. 1 in the United States. It was the first time that a British group had enterted the U.S. charts at No. 1 with its debut album.

Dodgers sale: An article about the sale of the Dodgers in the March 29 Section A identified Andrew Zimbalist as an economics professor at Smith College in New York. Smith College is in Northampton, Mass.

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