GenBiz recognizes that correcting information without acknowledging the mistake is dishonest. If a reader or staff member notices that an article, headline, photo caption or another piece of information needs correction, we will quickly correct the mistake. To take corrections a step further, we will type a notice at the bottom of the article that we’ve altered the original published content. For example, “Correction: We stated that ‘Only 70% of Millennials invest in the stock market.’ We corrected this statistic to ‘20%’ as stated in Jan. 2021 in [publication.]”
We also aim to update information as it becomes outdated or proven inaccurate.