Friday, March 28, 2008

Oops...adding the wrong information to a news release

I was reading a news release as reprinted by one of the business news services. (For personal reasons, I am unable to link to the news release.)

When a business news service re-runs a press release from a corporation, the service sometimes likes to add value to the original release, such as links to companies and stock prices that are mentioned in the news release.

Unfortunately, someone goofed up when adding value to this particular news release.

The new solution also features true Service Oriented Architecture (SOA: 13.96, +0.04, +0.28%) and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware, delivering greater flexibility to expand and upgrade the system as future demand requires.

Ironically, Solutia is a specialty chemicals company which does not market service oriented architecture products.

Oh well. At least the editor didn't link to Cott Corporation.

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