Obama's jobs council: An article in the Oct. 10 Section A about job cuts by executives on President Obama's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness said that Boeing Co. was cutting jobs in California, Alabama and Kansas while adding jobs elsewhere. Nationwide, Boeing employment has increased by over 8,850 this year, according to the company. The story also said that Boeing profits in the second quarter were $941 billion. The correct figure is $941 million.
Ryan Adams: An article in the Oct. 9 Calendar section about Ryan Adams said the singer suffered from Meniere's disease, an inflammation of the inner ear for which there is no known treatment. There is no known cure for the ailment, but there are treatments that can often relieve the symptoms.
Michael Jackson: A Quick Takes brief in the Oct. 4 Calendar section said that Michael Jackson's estate and Epic Records were moving forward with Jackson's second posthumous album, "Immortal," due to be released Nov. 21. "Immortal" would be the third posthumous album from the Epic-Jackson estate partnership. Other Jackson albums have been released posthumously by other labels.
Halloween festivities: In the Oct. 8 Business section, the caption for a photo with an article about Latino characters joining the nation's Halloween celebrations misspelled the Spanish word perdidas as pedidas in referring to a Universal Studios Hollywood makeup demonstration for "La Llorona: Villa De Almas Perdidas" ("The Weeping Woman: Village of the Lost Souls").
Bert Jansch: The obituary of folk guitarist Bert Jansch in the Oct. 7 LATExtra section said that the songs "Bert's Blues" and "House of Jansch" were on his friend Donovan's 1966 album "Sunshine Superman." "Bert's Blues" is on that album, but "House of Jansch" is on Donovan's "Mellow Yellow" album.