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In "From stealth to spotlight by the Bay" (April 24, P. 30), a photo credit by Tom Seawell, NRG Studios, was inadvertently omitted.

In "McDonald's hungers for Disney film tie-ins" (April 17, P. 12), Taco Bell, rather than McDonald's Corp., was a marketing partner for Warner Bros. original "Batman" in 1989.

In "Heinz teams with grocers for co-marketing" (April 10, P. 31), a fact attributed to Jon Kramer, president of J. Brown/LMC Group, should have stated that three retailers-but not always the same three-account for more than half of all commodity volume in 18 of the top 25 markets.

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