• British supermarket group Morrisons has a supply deal with McColl’s but did not merge with the smaller retailer as incorrectly stated in a column on February 9.

  • The Barclay twins do not personally own property on the island as reported in an article on January 12

  • Nabeel Ahsan, a foreign student featured in the article ‘Failed by the Home Office’, has been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK since the magazine went to press

  • New governance guidelines for private companies were introduced this year by the government, not the Financial Reporting Council, as wrongly stated in an article on December 10.

  • Rosneft has lent $6.5bn to Venezuela’s oil company PDVSA, not $6bn as wrongly stated in an article on December 10

  • The Turkish currency is 30 per cent weaker this year, not 40 per cent as wrongly stated in an article on December 11

  • Annual per capita consumption of rice in China in 2017 was 77.25kg, not 1,237.6kg, as wrongly stated in a Graphical Insight on December 3. Per capita consumption of chicken was 8.57kg, not 8.3kg.

  • A letter published on December 3 should have stated that the top 20 UK companies have 82 per cent men in their executive teams, not 8 per cent. We apologise for the editing error.

  • Yoel Hasson is a member of parliament from the Zionist Union, not the group leader as wrongly stated in an article on December 3.

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  • A solicitor quoted in a November 24 article was referring to the Home Office’s online application form, not its smartphone app

  • Alvaro Sobrinho did not make an application for, and was not refused, an investment banking licence from Bank of Mauritius

  • A UK investigation into DeepMind’s access to National Health Service patient data has closed

  • Adrian Joseph, EY’s head of AI, is no longer on the board of the UK’s Business in the Community charity

  • The graduation rate of the IBM founded P-Tech high school is 500 per cent of the national average, not 500 times as incorrectly stated in a column on November 12.

  • The chief executive of Daimler is Dieter Zetsche, not Jürgen Zetsche as incorrectly stated in an article on November 7. We apologise for the error.

  • Mirjam Staub-Bisang, who has joined BlackRock as an adviser, will not step down from her role as chair of pension fund Profond as incorrectly stated in an FTfm article on October 29.

  • UK-wide ban on new diesel cars rather than electric cars

  • Sacha Romanovitch is an Oxford university graduate, rathan than a Cambridge graduate as incorrectly stated in an article on October 20

  • British Steel workers were persuaded to give up their defined benefit pensions by advisers working for 10 separate firms

  • Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has committed to a supply deal with Magneti Marelli for several years, rather than Nissan as incorrectly stated in a Lex note on October 23.

  • Marianne Faithfull’s first husband was called John Dunbar rather than Paul Dunbar as incorrectly stated in an article on October 13

  • The Edward Hopper painting in the Weekend Magazine’s quiz on October 13 was ‘Nighthawks’ rather than ‘Automat’.

  • A letter published on October 15 reminiscing about a visit to Texas nearly 40 years ago incorrectly stated that it was 50 years ago in the headline

  • Goldman Sachs is a co-funder of Prodigy Finance, not UBS as incorrectly stated in an article on October 15

  • The value of Microsoft’s investment in ride-hailing app Grab has not been disclosed and was not $200m