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Correction: Insider Q&A Module
The Insider Q&A module sent for use as part of Money & Markets Extra for the week ending September 6 erroneously reported the estimates of Toby Shea, Vice President of Moody's Investors Service. Shea estimates the pre-tax profit of wholesale power companies such as NRG Energy and Calpine will rise 25 percent this year. The financial performance of the wholesale power subsidiaries of larger utilities such as Exelon and PSGE will begin to improve next year, not this year as reported....

Correction: Buffalo Silos-Beer Ad story
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) -- In a story Sept. 30 about a beer advertisement being installed on grain silos, The Associated Press erroneously reported the company that paid for the ad. The ad was paid for by Buffalo-based Labatt USA, not Toronto-based Labatt Breweries....

Correction: St Louis-Jazz Center story
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- In a story Sept. 27 about a new jazz center in St. Louis, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Dave Steward is CEO of World Wide Technology. He is actually chairman....

Correction: Berlin Marathon story
BERLIN (AP) -- In a story Sept. 28 about the Berlin Marathon, The Associated Press reported erroneously that second-place finisher Emmanuel Mutai had run the 2011 Boston Marathon in 2 hours, 3 minutes, 2 seconds. Geoffrey Mutai - no relation - had that time....

Correction: Roland Burris-Allegation story
CHICAGO (AP) -- In a Sept. 26 story about allegations against former U.S. Sen. Roland Burris of Illinois, The Associated Press misidentified Burris in a headline. He is Roland Burris, not Ronald Burris....

Correction: Movie Drones story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Sept. 25 about the Federal Aviation Administration granting permits for drones to be used in moviemaking, The Associated Press reported erroneously that ConocoPhillips was the only company previously granted a permit for commercial drone fights. BP also had been granted a permit....

Correction: Music-Latin Grammys story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Sept. 24 about the Latin Grammys, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the awards show will air on Telemundo. The 15th annual Latin Grammys will air on Univision....

Correction: U2-Malibu Development story
MALIBU, Calif. (AP) -- In a story Sept. 20 about a compound of mansions proposed near Malibu by U2 guitarist The Edge, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the California Coastal Commission staff reached a settlement agreement Friday with the musician. The settlement was reached in 2013. The agency staff recommended approval of the five-home project Thursday and posted its report online Friday....

Correction: Perry Indicted story
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- In a story Sept. 23 about Gov. Rick Perry's indictment, The Associated Press misspelled the special prosecutor's last name on first reference. He is Michael McCrum, not Michael Crum....

Correction: American Indian Nicknames-DC story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- WASHINGTON (AP) - In a story Sept. 23 about American Indian nicknames at District of Columbia public schools, The Associated Press, relying on information from the D.C. Council and public school officials, reported erroneously that five schools would be forced to change their nicknames if the council approved a bill banning racially based nicknames and mascots. Two schools would be forced to change their names, not five....