An earlier version of this story mistakenly identified Aera as based in Canada. California-based Aera Energy is a privately held limited liability company and is not affiliated with the Canadian firm by the same name.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly converted 555 million euros to $732 billion instead of $732 million.
An earlier version of this story identified Vermont Commissioner of Health Access Mark Larson as Howard Larson.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Alex Stubb had 998 Twitter followers. In fact, he has over 50,000 followers.
A previous version of this story stated that Tri Pointe Homes would be selling primarily in California and Arizona. It will, in fact, sell primarily in California and Colorado.
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.