Sloppy mistakes

April 17, 2009

GM pushs faster plan to cut U.S. dealers: sources

Embarrassing that the word “pushes” was misspelled as “pushs” on a headline. Push, pushes, pushed (or is it now pushd?).

B.T.S.

We fixed it, but lots of people noticed, as they always do when we make sloppy mistakes in our headlines: GBU Editor

The grill of a Cadillac is seen inside the showroom of the General Motors Corp.’s Harlem Auto Mall in New York, April 7, 2009. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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