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In "Laser Challenge zaps older teens in fall campaign" (Aug. 4, P. 4), the last line of the story was inadvertently deleted. The last paragraph, in its entirety, is:

Next spring, Toymax will more aggressively woo older teens and college-age consumers with a grass-roots program anchored by a "Lasermobile" that will travel to schools and college campuses.

In "Wall Street Journal online launches career site" (Aug. 4, P. 26), The Wall Street Journal Interactive Edition is priced at $49 a year. The URL for its new job listing Web site is careers.wsj.com. The new site is a free, standalone service. Users need not be existing Wall Street Journal Interactive subscribers to receive it.

In "Omnicom's Creative Media wins Adidas media buying account" (July 28, P. 34), Leagas Delaney, San Francisco, handles both creative and media planning.

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