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In "People meters shift radio ratings" (AA, Sept. 26) Arbitron's PPM recorded 30% lower time spent listening than paper diaries had recorded, not half as long.

Due to a production error, a profile of AdBrite's Philip J. Kaplan (AA, Oct. 10, P. 28) was incorrectly accompanied by a photo of David Carson, co-CEO of Heavy.com. Mr. Kaplan is pictured at right.

In "Letter from Neff," (AA, Sept. 26, P. 8) it was incorrectly reported that Gillette's top five executives made about $5 million more than P&G's top five last year and that Gillette Vice Chairman Ed DeGraan made more than P&G's four vice chairmen. Counting long-term incentive payments the top-five P&G executives earned $9.3 million more than the Gillette executives. Though Gillette Chairman-CEO James Kilts earned more than P&G Chairman-CEO A.G. Lafley, P&G's vice chairmen each made about $1.4 million more than Mr. DeGraan.

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