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April 27, 2013

Herbalife meeting: In the April 26 Business section, an article about Herbalife's shareholder meeting indicated that investor Robert L. Chapman Jr. said that board members answered his questions openly after the meeting. He did not say his questions were answered openly. What he said was: "If a shareholder had a question the purpose of which was to obtain an answer … and such Q&A didn't violate [securities regulations], it was right there for the asking."

Leo Branton Jr.: In the April 26 LATExtra section, the obituary of attorney Leo Branton Jr. said that Dorothy Dandridge was the first African American actress nominated for an Academy Award. She was the first African American nominated as best actress.

Boston bombings: In the April 26 Section A, an article about the Boston bombings identified Eugene Fidell, a legal expert on U.S. military law, as a professor at the Yale School of Law. He is a lecturer at the school, which is known as Yale Law School.

HIV vaccine trial: In the April 26 LATExtra section, an article about an HIV vaccine trial that was halted ahead of schedule said that the vaccine was administered in a three-shot regimen. The regimen also involved a booster, for a total of four shots.

Motorcycle deaths: In the April 26 Business section, an article about an increase in motorcycle deaths in 2012 listed one cause as "fewer states without helmet laws." The sentence should have said "fewer states with helmet laws."

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