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.