An earlier version of this article said that Colonial Pipeline had decided not to pay a ransom demanded by foreign hackers, citing two people familiar with the matter. In fact, Colonial had already paid, the company’s chief executive told the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday. This version has been corrected.
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