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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.
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