Dominic Chandler: An Apology

We apologise to Dominic Chandler for inaccurately stating in an article about BHS on April 22 that he is a former bankrupt. For full apology to Mr Chandler and correction, see here

Clarification: Google

In Tuesday’s leader on Google, we said that the company only supplied Android software to phonemakers and operators on the contractual basis that Google apps were pre installed. This is not the case

Correction: WTO only Brexit scenario

The Brexit scenario shown in a front-page illustration on Tuesday indicating a 9.5 per cent reduction in GDP by 2030 if the UK opted for WTO membership only was the high end of the Treasury estimate

Correction: Iceland Foods

An article inaccurately stated that Iceland, among others, had admitted to the unwitting sale of horsemeat products in 2013

Correction: PFCA forecast

The Professional Financial Claims Association forecast that banks would have to pay an extra £22bn over PPI misselling, not the Financial Conduct Authority

Correction: Chicago Booth GMAT score

The average GMAT score last year at the Chicago Booth School of Business was 726, not 710

Correction: Morocco’s light vehicle output

Morocco is expected to produce 329,000 light vehicles by 2020, not 329m

Correction: Malaysian government spokesman comment

Original publication stated a spokesman had declined to comment

Correction: Market capitalisation of Brainsway is about $260m

An article wrongly stated $7.5bn and also contained a wrong spelling of entrepreneur Jonathan Adiri’s name

Correction: The Four Seasons

The hotel brand does not belong to US company Starwood



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