The article headed ‘Pop group calls probe into firm’ in the 10 August 2000 edition of Accountancy Age ended with a reference to an article from the 19 March 1998 issue of this magazine and used the words ‘Depeche Mode accountant problems’. Accountancy Age wishes to clarify that the article in question in no way related to Depeche Mode’s current accountants, music industry specialists Messrs Harris & Trotter of 65 New Cavendish Street, London. Accountancy Age apologises for any confusion which may have been caused.
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