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In "Italy's Citizen Kane" (April 4, P. 46), two words were missing from a sentence in the story about Fininvest Group's Silvio Berlusconi, whose political party scored a major victory in the Italian election. Here is the complete sentence: Winning was especially important since Fininvest's debt, officially placed at $2.3 billion last year, is now said to be possibly twice as much by financial experts in Milan.

In "College kids learn a degree of synergy" (April 4, P. 47), figures concerning a survey of University of Texas advertising graduates could be misleading. The advertising department awarded 177 degrees in May 1992, with 32 of that number in the creative sequence. Fifty-six of the graduates (31%) responded to the survey. Five of the respondents said they are now working in creative positions. Department Chairman Gary B. Wilcox has reports that, in fact, 21 of the creative sequence grads found jobs within four months of graduation.

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