SN's April 8 issue mistakenly stated that Penn Traffic saw a 6% decline in its fourth-quarter sales, ending Feb. 2. Sales actually increased 0.3% from the prior year's fourth quarter after being adjusted to exclude the effect of an additional week in a 14-week period in 2001, compared to a 13-week period in 2002. For fiscal 2002, sales increased 1.8% to $2.4 billion.

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