An article yesterday about political and social turmoil in Richmond incorrectly reported that David P. Baugh, a lawyer involved in a fistfight with then-Richmond Commonwealth's Attorney Joseph D. Morrissey, went on to defeat Morrissey in the next election. Morrissey was defeated by David Hicks.
An article yesterday about Nextel Communications Inc. failed to identify Jeffrey Hines. He is managing director at Deutsche Banc Alex. Brown.
An item in yesterday's FaceTime calendar in the Business section incorrectly identified the sponsor and e-mail address for WebFest'99, a conference being held Thursday, June 17. Judy Silver, the contact at sponsor Information Technology Communicators Association, can be reached at jisilver @erols.com.
An article Wednesday about a World Wide Web company co-founded by former surgeon general C. Everett Koop misidentified a museum with which he is affiliated. It is the National Health Museum. A Thursday article also gave an incorrect value for Koop's shares in the company. As of the close of trading on Wednesday, his shares were worth about $44 million.
An article Thursday gave an erroneous number for the number of U.S. jobs attributed to electronic commerce by a University of Texas study. The correct number is 481,990.
In a June 2 article, a U.S. government intelligence report alleged that the family of Carlos Hank Gonzalez, a prominent Mexican business executive, coordinated drug shipments through TMM, a Mexican transportation company described in the intelligence report as being owned by the Hank family. Company officials, who were not quoted in the article, say that the Hank family owns no interest in TMM, and that the company cooperates with U.S. and Mexican authorities to combat drug smuggling.