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Intel Corp. Chief Executive Brian Krzanich in November netted nearly $25 million by selling Intel stock and exercising options, according to regulatory filings. In some editions Friday, a Page One article about the company incorrectly said he sold $24 million in stock and options.

Gregory Peters is a senior bond fund manager at PGIM Fixed Income, part of Prudential Financial Inc. The Streetwise column Friday incorrectly said he was at PGIM Investments, a separate unit of PGIM.

Because of a severe winter storm, Massachusetts and North Carolina said some state workers could delay start times on Friday. In some editions Friday, a U.S. News article about bitterly cold weather incorrectly said Maine made the same announcement.

The scholarship endowment of Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business is $87.6 million. A Management article Thursday about business education incorrectly described that fund as the school's scholarship budget.

A cubit is a biblical unit of measurement used by various peoples in ancient times. A Page One article Oct. 24 about an English group that advocates for imperial measurements incorrectly said it was an English measurement.

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January 06, 2018 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)