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In "Liquids ban: big hassle, big marketing opportunity" (AA, Aug. 14), it was incorrectly stated that Pepsi scrambled to pull its Sierra Mist ad featuring Kathy Griffin as an airport security guard. According to Pepsi-Cola, the spot had finished its rotation the week before the ban went into effect.

In "License to drive (sales)" (AA, Aug. 14): Michael Stone is the president of Beanstalk Group, which is owned by Omnicom Group, not WPP.

Due to a production error, an incorrect photo of Miguel Forbes appeared in "The future of Forbes isn't all in the family" (AA, Aug. 14). The correct photo is published here.

In "Isn't that rich? Citi axes millions in media spend" (AA, Aug. 14): The story stated Bank of America's market capitalization had surpassed Citigroup's. As of Aug. 16, Citigroup's market cap was $240.1 billion and Bank of American's was $236. 1 billion.
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