In A Feb. 9 Moneybox, Timothy B. Lee misidentified a book as Head, Heart, and Hand. The book’s title is Head, Hand, Heart.
In a Feb. 9 Industry, Meg Duff originally misstated that YouTube Music workers would be the first AWU-CWA bargaining unit. They would be the second. Duff also misstated that a Google minimum wage is for employees. The wage in question is for any subcontractors with systems or badge access.
In a Feb. 7 Slatest, Shirin Ali misstated the gender of Rep. Shri Thanedar. The congressman uses he/him pronouns.
In a Feb. 6 Medical Examiner, Charles Feng misstated that SpoonfulOne’s competitors also run afoul of the CDC’s guidelines to introduce allergens one at a time. Ready, Set, Food! does adhere to the guidelines. Feng also misstated that these companies explicitly state that their goal is to prevent food allergies. They do not claim to do that.
In a Feb. 6 Technology, Meg Duff misstated Emily Monosson’s affiliation; she is affiliated with the Ronin Institute, not the Rodin Institute. In addition, quotes from Monosson have been updated to clarify that it is life-threatening fungal infections that are rare and that there are three major classes of antifungals.
In the Feb. 4 Future Tense newsletter, Mia Armstrong-López misstated that Lorena Ortiz went on a trip to Japan after Bitcoin hit an all-time high. She decided to forgo the trip to focus on Bitcoin.
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