An article in yesterday's Washington Business section incorrectly identified the law firm that will be created when Nixon, Hargrave, Devans & Doyle merges with Peabody & Brown. The firm will be called Nixon Peabody.
The Investing column in Sunday's Business section misidentified the authors of "The Millionaire Next Door." The book was written by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko.
A computer malfunction caused lines of type to be dropped Sunday in Michael Dobbs's Outlook article on Kosovo, "Pitfalls of Pendulum Diplomacy." Here is the missing text, in boldface type, along with the preceding and following sentences, for context:
The incoming ambassador to the United Nations, Madeleine K. Albright, coined the phrase "assertive multilateralism" to describe how America would mobilize other nations in its crusade for a new world order.
Within the new administration, the debate about what to do in Bosnia quickly polarized between two factions with very different historical memories. To use Albright's phraseology, there was the "Vietnam group" and "the Munich group."
An article and photo caption in the Sunday Arts section incorrectly stated the date of the Kronos Quartet concert. The performance will be 5 p.m. Saturday in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall.