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Chris Koos, the mayor of Normal, Illinois, said that electric car start-up Rivian seemed more open to a unionised workforce, rather than its bigger rival Tesla as incorrectly stated in an article on May 14.
Normandy borders the Hauts-de-France region of France, but is not part of it as wrongly stated in an editorial comment on May 7.
There is no evidence to suggest a woman threatened at gunpoint by George Floyd during an armed robbery for which he pleaded guilty and was convicted was pregnant, as asserted in a Letter to the Editor published on May 1
The new Teenage Fanclub album was recorded in Hamburg, not Berlin as wrongly stated in an article in Life & Arts on May 1
Iron ore hit a spot price of $190 per tonne last week, not almost $300 as wrongly shown in a chart accompanying an article on May 4.
An editorial comment on April 16 wrongly referred to a jump in productivity in the Birmingham region of more than 20 per cent over five years. The figure was for output at current prices.
David Cameron was a paid adviser to Greensill, not a board member as wrongly stated in an article on April 30.
Healthcare spending per person in Wales was £2,548 in 2019-20 and £2,427 in England. Higher figures quoted in an article on April 30 were for total public spending per head.
Colne Valley is in Yorkshire, not Lancashire as wrongly stated in Saturday’s FT Magazine article about Labour heartlands
Repayment of private loans to students in the US is not ordinarily contingent on income and the debt is not usually forgiven after several decades, unlike UK student loans.
The name of Leon Willems of the Rotterdam Port Authority was wrongly spelt in an article on April 28. We apologise for the error.
The German Greens’ campaign pledges include a €500bn spending programme on infrastructure, innovation and emissions neutrality, not €500m as wrongly stated in an article on April 24.
South Korean women forced into sex slavery during Japan’s colonial rule last week lost their latest bid for compensation from the government in a Seoul court, not a Tokyo court as wrongly stated in an article on April 24.
Merck last week abandoned a trial of a potential biologic Covid-19 treatment, not an oral antiviral as wrongly stated in an article on April 22.
Sumit Singh, head of online pet supplies store Chewy, was misquoted saying “catheter” instead of “cat litter” in an article on April 17.
The unification of Cuba’s dual currency system from January 1 saw the peso depreciate by 96 per cent against the dollar, not by 2,000 per cent as wrongly stated in an article on April 10.
The economist Robert Mundell died on April 4, not March 4 as wrongly stated in an obituary on April 10.
Refuelling at pit stops is no longer allowed in Formula One races, contrary to a statement in an article in FT Life & Arts on March 27
Former Serco executives Nicholas Woods and Simon Marshall appeared at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday to face charges of fraud, but not additionally false accounting as wrongly stated in an article on March 31.
Alex Salmond resigned as Scottish National party leader after defeat in the 2014 referendum on independence, not after sexual harassment complaints were made against him in 2018 as wrongly stated in an article on March 27.
Her answer to the question ‘Do you believe in an afterlife’ in Saturday’s Inventory feature in FT Magazine was: “I believe in a higher power and in the universe. What becomes of our energy when we die I simply don’t know. I’m hopeful.”
Tina Fordham is a partner at the Avonhurst consultancy group, not a co-founder, as wrongly stated in Saturday’s FT Weekend Magazine
Operation Searchlight by the Pakistan military against Bengali nationalists in 1971 was launched on March 26, not May 26 as wrongly stated in a Life & Arts article on March 20
Bridgepoint is a UK company, not US-based, as wrongly stated in an editorial comment on March 25.
Turkey’s 10-year local 11.7 per cent coupon bond this week offered close to a 17 per cent yield