For The Record

Investor's Business Daily
February 2014
Investors Business Daily;2/28/2014, pA02
For The Record: The Stock Spotlight analysis on Page B5 of the Feb. 27 edition erroneously said Tableau Software's sales fell for three straight quarters. It should have said EPS fell for three straight quarters.


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