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CNBC News Corrections

  Wednesday, 16 Apr 2014 | 4:13 AM ET

This story has been updated with Peter Sullivan's correct first name

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  Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 5:34 PM ET

Yahoo reported first-quarter revenue of $1.09 billion. This article was corrected to reflect that fact.

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  Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 7:53 AM ET

An earlier version of this story misidentified the shale formation nearest to Oklahoma. It has been corrected.

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  Tuesday, 15 Apr 2014 | 6:04 AM ET

This story has been corrected to reflect that the drop in March new home sales was 83 percent from a year earlier

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  Monday, 14 Apr 2014 | 12:43 PM ET

The version corrected that quarterback Johnny Manziel was the quarterback at Texas A&M, not Texas Tech.

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  Thursday, 10 Apr 2014 | 3:58 PM ET

An independent director was named to the eBay board at Carl Icahn's urging but it was not one of Icahn's original nominees.

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  Wednesday, 9 Apr 2014 | 11:04 AM ET

This version corrected that the Philadelphia semiconductor index's gain of more than 9 percent has been since early February.

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  Monday, 7 Apr 2014 | 12:28 PM ET

An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the number of IPOs pricing this week.

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  Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014 | 3:01 PM ET

An earlier version of this story contained the incorrect national average for federal dollars allocated per those enrolled. It has been corrected.

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  Wednesday, 2 Apr 2014 | 8:19 AM ET

This story was updated to reflect that 500 people were surveyed, in response to clarification from Oracle Capital Group.

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