An article on Saturday about the French adventurer Jean-Jacques Savin referred imprecisely to the vessel that picked up Jean-Jacques Savin. It was the tanker Maritime Kelly Anne, not the maritime tanker Kelly Anne.
An article on Thursday about a proposal that will require pharmaceutical companies to include the price of prescription drugs in television advertisements misstated the amount of money spent by the drug industry on advertisements, including television commercials. According to Kantar, which tracks media spending, the drug industry spent nearly $5.9 billion, not $5 billion, on all advertising in 2018. Of that, about $4.5 billion, not $4 billion, was spent on television ads.
An article on Sunday about the removal of two Harvard deans from their positions at an undergraduate house misstated the month when Harvey Weinstein is scheduled to face trial. It is September, not June.
An article on Saturday about Anna Sorokin’s statements from prison following her sentencing of four to 12 years in prison misspelled the name of a television show created by Shonda Rhimes. It is “Grey’s Anatomy,” not “Gray’s.”
An article on Monday about New Zealand’s efforts to build global support for measures to curb online violence misstated Australia’s expected position on a nonbinding pledge called the “Christchurch Call.” It is among the countries expected to sign the pledge.
A picture caption with a dance review on Saturday about Stephen Baynes’s “Unspoken Dialogues” misidentified the dancer shown on the floor. He is Callum Linnane, not Nathan Brook.
A dance entry in the Listings pages on Friday about performances to see in New York this weekend misstated the year in which Paul Taylor’s “Runes” premiered. It was 1975, not 1981.
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