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N -Shu Shin Luh (“Singapore: They Try Harder,” page 100) is a freelance journalist based in Taipei, Taiwan. Until January, she wrote for The Asian Wall Street Journal on regional corporate management issues. She now writes about technology and management issues for various U.S. and U.K. magazines and newspapers. She is also writing a book about the Sony Corporation, to be published by John Wiley & Sons. n -Connie Ling (“The Timid Leap Forward,” page 108) is a freelance writer based in Hong Kong. Ling also serves as director of content for DotMedia Ltd., a Hong Kong-based provider of relationship content and games for Asian cellular networks. Ling was the Asia correspondent for The Wall Street Journal Online and regional technology reporter for The Asian Wall Street Journal. n -Stanley Siegel (“Accounting ‘Cheat Sheet,’ ” page 67) is a professor of law at New York University School of Law, where he teaches courses in business associations, accounting, and finance. He is a former member of the AICPA Board of Examiners and a current member of the Committee on Law & Accounting of the ABA Section of Business Law. In our profiles for The 2002 GC Compensation Survey (August 2002), readers questioned the fairness of including personal information about only one subject, Owens Corning’s top in-house lawyer, Maura Abeln Smith. The readers were right. While the information about Smith’s personal life was previously reported in our cover story on her (September 2001), the profiles should have been consistent in the amount of familial information they disclosed.

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