A commentary Thursday on page 18, "ATM Networks Have Chance To Take Lead In E-Commerce," included two editing errors. In a sentence that originally read: "It includes substantial switching and processing capabilities and a complex set of operating rules and procedures that standardize the real-time movement of money," the word "it" was mistakenly interpreted; the pronoun stood for ATM networks, not the Internet. And the acronym ISO was spelled out mistakenly; it stands for International Organization for Standardization.

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