A subhead with an article on Thursday about a book that has inspired organizing efforts among Google workers and Uber drivers misstated its original authorship. The 1978 edition of the book, “Labor Law for the Rank and File,” was by Staughton Lynd; it was later revised with a collaborator, Daniel Gross. Mr. Lynd did not have a co-author on the 1978 edition.
An article on Tuesday about the liquidation of the French design brand Sonia Rykiel misstated the timing of Eric Langon’s dismissal as its managing director. It was July 2018, not a few months after a January 2018 brand celebration. It also misstated where the brand’s chairman, Jean-Marc Loubier, moved after leaving the Rykiel headquarters. It was to a new office on the Right Bank, not to the Left Bank headquarters of the French shoemaker Robert Clergerie. Also, a picture caption with the article misstated Mr. Loubier’s title at Rykiel. It was chairman, not chief executive.
An article on Wednesday about the Minnesota Twins’ loss to the New York Yankees in their division series misidentified one of three 100-loss teams the Twins played often in their final 55 games. Besides the Kansas City Royals and the Miami Marlins, it was the Detroit Tigers, not the Chicago White Sox. (The White Sox lost 89 games this season.)
Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.