An earlier version of the story incorrectly named the risk assessor and forecaster as Executive Analysis. It should, in fact, be Exclusive Analysis.
An earlier version of this story had Google earnings ex-items at $10.65 a share. In fact, the comparable number to analysts' estimates is $10.59 a share, which includes a loss of six cents a share at its Motorola Home unit, which was sold in December. Analysts' estimates were excluding items but still included Motorola Home.
An earlier headline said that mutual funds have little place in a portfolio. Bogle contends that actively managed equity funds have little place in a portfolio.
The video, "Consumer ReportsRanks iPhone 5 Worst Smartphone," was incorrectly titled. Consumer Reports actually ranked the iPhone 5 the worst "top" smartphone.
An earlier version of this story misstated the number of drugs in various stages of testing as seven. The correct number is 35.
An earlier version of this story misidentified James White as the IRS director of Tax Issues.
An earlier version of this story stated that Alcoa's fourth-quarter net income was 23 cents a share. The correct number is 21 cents a share.
An earlier version of this story stated that Good, Meraki, Codecademy and Kiip were private companies listed on SecondMarket. Those companies are on SecondMarket's rising stars list, which does not indicate whether or not a company is currently involved in any transactions on the platform.
An earlier version of this post miscalculated the size of an estate that would be needed to achieve a $1.1 million savings through early death.