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In Photo Review (April 18, P. 30), Money Publisher Betsy Martin was misidentified as publisher of Fortune in a caption about a luncheon hosted by Women in Communications.

In "Lang pushes to save teen titles Sassy, Dirt" (April 11, P. 3), August was the only month during the six-month reporting period that Sassy missed its 800,000 circulation rate base. The magazine had a rate base of 715,000 in July but increased it to 800,000 in August. The average rate base for the six-month period ended Dec. 31 was 785,833.

In "Not just slick, but intelligent" (March 28, P. 41), Deskey Associates, New York, created the Quaker State brand mark, logo and packaging, not Chiat/Day, Venice, Calif.

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