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January 26, 2013

Sundance party: An article in the Jan. 25 Calendar section about a party thrown by Creative Artists Agency at the Sundance Film Festival said that CAA represents corporate clients Dell and the Sundance Institute. CAA does not work for those companies.

Dreamliner batteries: An article in the Jan. 19 Section A about lithium-ion battery safety and the grounding of Boeing 787s said that Toyota Motor Corp. had decided against using the technology. Although the automaker has abandoned plans to use lithium-ion batteries in its standard Prius hybrids, it does use them in the Prius plug-in hybrid as well as the all-electric RAV4 EV.

KB mortgage venture: An article in the Jan. 23 Business section about KB Home and Nationstar Mortgage Holdings Inc. teaming to offer home loans to KB customers said that KB was also working with Citigroup Inc. to arrange credit lines of as much as $500 million. The credit limit proposed by the builder would have a maximum of $200 million in principal to start, with an option to increase the maximum principal to $300 million.

Student arrested: A label on a brief news item in the Jan. 24 LATExtra section about the arrest of a high school student on suspicion of having .40-caliber ammunition on campus indicated that the incident occurred in Baldwin Hills. It occurred in Baldwin Park.

Eminent domain: An article in the Jan. 25 Business section about San Bernardino County's rejection of a plan to use eminent domain to seize underwater mortgages identified Dustin Hobbs as a spokesman for the California Assn. of Bankers. The group's name is the California Mortgage Bankers Assn.

John Thomas: A caption with a photograph on the cover of the Jan. 25 LATExtra section referring to the obituary of Olympian John Thomas said that Thomas was the first high jumper to clear 7 feet. As the obituary noted, he was the first to clear 7 feet in indoor competition.

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