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The New York Times said it mistakenly linked an employee that worked with a defunct credit union broker to State Employees’ Credit Union in a story involving a brokerage account complaint.

The Jan. 23 correction states “The Fair Game column last Sunday, about a securities arbitration case brought against S.E.C.U. Brokerage Services on behalf of an elderly widow, misstated the company affiliation of the person who met with her and sold her the investment at issue. He was employed by a firm that was later acquired by S.E.C.U.; he did not work for S.E.C.U.”

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