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In "Roadblock for racing?" (June 12, P. 44), the consent decree the U.S. Department of Justice reached with Philip Morris USA to move stadium tobacco signs out of TV view was filed as part of the Justice Department's complaint against the company; they were not separate actions. Separately, the Justice Department's earlier settlement of similar charges about the location of Philip Morris' Marlboro signs at Madison Square Garden was with the arena, not the tobacco marketer.

In "Delta shops around for new agency, image" (June 12, P. 46), the headline was incorrect in stating that the airline is seeking a new ad agency, which the company denied.

In "Charged up for Indy" (June 5, P. 35), Visa USA and Upper Deck Co. were not sponsors of the Indianapolis 500 but were sponsors of race car teams that participated in the event.

In "Ad Council targets kids" (June 5, P. 48), the correct agency for the Second Harvest ad is J. Walter Thompson USA, Chicago.

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