Corrections & Amplifications – WSJ

Former Miss USA Cheslie Kryst’s title was given incorrectly as former Miss America in the headline of a U.S. Watch article on Friday about her recent death.

The title of the film “Malcolm X” was misspelled as “Malcom X” in some editions Friday in a Technology & Media article about director Spike Lee’s planned documentary about Colin Kaepernick.

The Nasdaq Composite Index fell more than 11% this year through Thursday, while the S&P 500 fell more than 6%. Friday’s Business & Finance article about the stock market incorrectly gave the declines as more than 12% and nearly 7%, respectively.

Joe Rogan addressed a backlash against him and

Spotify Technology SA

in a 10-minute Instagram video post last weekend. A Business & Finance article on Thursday about David Crosby and Stephen Stills saying they wanted to pull their music from Spotify incorrectly said it was a 0-minute post.

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Appeared in the February 5, 2022, print edition.

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