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In "The hot cosmetics brand no one wants" (AA, July 17), the advertising agency for Physicians Formula is Looney Advertising, Montclair, N.J., not Mandelbaum Mooney Ashley, San Francisco, as reported.

In "P&G takes another stab at Tempo tissue" (AA, July 31), Procter & Gamble Co.'s Tempo is made in the U.S., not Mexico, as reported. A P&G spokeswoman said in an e-mail that Tempo is a product that does not meet Charmin specifications. Formerly it was reprocessed but now is being made available as the lesser-quality Tempo to all retailers in limited quantities on a first-come, first served basis. Other than Wal-Mart, other retailers carrying the brand include Kmart, Dollar General and BJ's Wholesale club.

In "Amazon marks its TV territory" (AA, July 24), consumers spent $1.1 billion on online movie-rental subscriptions in 2005, not $1.1 million.
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