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The documents prepared by councils on child support are called Education, Health and Care Plans, not Emotional, Health and Care Plans as wrongly stated in an article on December 2.
Jacques-Louis David’s ‘The Emperor Napoleon in His Study at the Tuileries’ was painted in 1812, not 1804 as incorrectly stated in the Life & Arts essay on Napoleon in art on November 25
Suntory Beverage and Food is the soft drinks company of the Suntory Group. It does not include Suntory whiskies as wrongly suggested in the Women of the Year feature
The name of law firm Perkins Coie was misspelt in an article on November 28. We apologise for the error.
Lloyd’s List has estimated that if the EU carbon price remains between €80 to €90 per tonne of CO₂, total tax revenues from the coverage of shipping by the EU’s emissions trading scheme could amount to more than €7bn annually
The UK Supreme Court ruled that Deliveroo riders cannot be recognised as workers in an employment relationship, not that they are not employees as wrongly stated in an article on November 22
‘Jena, Looking’ by Eleanor Daly is the title of a painting illustrating an article about art collector Chris Ingram on November 20, not ‘Erased’ by Eliana Marinari, as wrongly captioned
A third of US non-white voters who voted in 2020 describe themselves as conservative, and a large majority of these backed Trump in 2020, not black voters as wrongly stated in an article on November 18.
London-based commodity broker Marex is not listed in the UK as incorrectly stated in an article on November 17.
Combined capital spending for Alphabet, Microsoft and Amazon rose to $32bn in the three months to September, almost 50 per cent more than the same period in 2020
Valeriy Zaluzhnyi is commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces, not chief of general staff as wrongly stated in an article on November 8
Aleen Tran is a business analyst at distributor Southern Glazer’s, not Pernod Ricard as wrongly stated in an article on November 6.
Vivendi controls 24 per cent of the votes and 17 per cent of the share capital in Telecom Italia
A chart accompanying an article on November 3 showing Japanese net private purchases of foreign bonds over 10 years was erroneous
Blackstone is not an investor in the Swedish battery maker Northvolt
A pledge by five insurance brokers to stop sharing building insurance commissions with landlords, and to cap their own fees, applies to buildings over 11m in height
An article on October 23 implied that the capital raise in Eviden had been agreed based on a share price of €15, when in fact it was agreed based on a valuation of €20 a share
An article on October 23 stated that Revolut used its own accountancy software. In fact the company developed its own accountancy tools which it complements with a third-party package
Michael Stott was the co-author of the Big Read on Argentina on October 19, not Michael Pooler.
An article on October 16 incorrectly suggested that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had intended to attend a Democratic Socialists of America rally in New York called to celebrate the Palestinian “resistance”. This was not the case.
Austan Goolsbee is president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, not the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as wrongly stated in an article on October 11
Airbnb does not have immediate plans to develop car rentals
Sixty homes were sold in the Oxford wards of Cowley, Rose Hill & Iffley and Temple Cowley from January until May 2022, not 187 as incorrectly stated in a House & Home article on September 23
TSMC began construction of its first factory in Japan in April 2022, rather than April 2023 as incorrectly stated in an article on September 27
US toymaker Hasbro has been shifting some of its manufacturing operations out of China, but not all of them as incorrectly stated in an article on September 26