In Sunday's Business section, an information box accompanying an interview with Eric Green, chief executive of West Pharmaceutical Services Inc., misstated the company's 2016 net income. The figure should have been $143.6 million. The section was printed in advance.
A story Thursday about Uber misstated the number of drivers in the Philadelphia area and the new cancellation policy. Uber has about 20,000 drivers in the Philadelphia region. The company's new cancellation policy will charge a passenger who cancels a ride more than two minutes after ordering it.
An article in Saturday's Inquirer about the trial of Renee Tartaglione gave the wrong name for the judge. He is U.S. District Judge Joel H. Slomsky.
A story Friday about dairy farmers mischaracterized an easement transfer involving the property owned by Sam and Melba Matthews. The couple sold it to the Chester County Agricultural Land Preservation Board.
The "Table Talk" column Thursday gave an incorrect name for the designer of Enoteca Tredici in Bryn Mawr. The firm is Boxwood Architects.
There's Tom Brady for quarterbacks. Von Miller for edge rushers. The Broncos' Aqib Talib and Chris Harris for cornerbacks. The Cowboys for offensive lines. Every position has players or units that are almost unanimously considered the best at what they do.
Maybe the country should just hold the presidential election tomorrow, because it seems everyone has pretty much decided on their preferred candidate.
If you've thought that Jason Kelce hasn't performed well this season, you're not the only one.
"Poor" is how the Eagles center described his blocking through two games.
The murder of a 62-year-old Berwyn woman in her Main Line home earlier this month was a "targeted attack," Chester County district attorney Tom Hogan said Thursday.
Police in Chester County are searching for a Philadelphia man who they say tried to run over an officer with a stolen vehicle.
A story Tuesday on restaurants cited for violations by the Philadelphia health department incorrectly located Copabanana/Hurricane. It is at Fourth and South Streets.
An article in Thursday's Inquirer incorrectly referred to former Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne. Michael Bilandic, not Byrne, was ousted amid city anger over snow cleanups.
A story Monday on an ABC mini-series about Bernie Madoff wrongly named the role played by the actor Charles Grodin. He portrays investor Carl Shapiro.
An incorrect date was given in Sunday's Inquirer for a ceremony at Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church marking the issuance of the Richard Allen black heritage stamp by the U.S. Postal Service. The ceremony will be Feb. 2.
A story Friday on ride-sharing services planning for the weekend snowstorm contained an incorrect number provided by Uber. Uber is donating an undisclosed portion of each fare during a state of emergency to the American Red Cross.