» Hawaii Biotech Inc. is working on developing a vaccine for dengue fever with the assistance of the Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Initiative. The Initiative was started with a $55 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. A headline on a story on Page A6 Monday
incorrectly implied that the local project received foundation money. Also, a photo caption with the story incorrectly stated that Hawaii Biotech had already developed a vaccine with a grant from the foundation.
» Jonathan Ornstein, chairman and chief executive of Mesa Air Group Inc., said the perception that Mesa is trying to put Aloha or any other interisland carrier out of business is "absolutely not true." A story on Page B1 of yesterday's morning edition inadvertently substituted go! for Aloha. Go! is owned by Mesa Air Group.
» The Hawaiian Airlines logo and mock ticket counter do not appear in the movie "You, Me & Dupree," as reported in the second item of "TheBuzz" on Page C6 Thursday. The scene appears in commercials for the movie that aired on television, but was cut from the actual movie before its release.
» Gwen and Anthony Maxfield are co-creators of Honey Girl Organics. Their last name was incorrectly listed as Maxwell in an article on Page D1 Thursday.
» Brad Wong testified at a Honolulu Liquor Commission hearing that phone card vending machines are "no purchase necessary." A Page A4 article yesterday misidentified Wong in a second reference.
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