* Lightspeed Venture Partners says that the investment data cited in a story in the Aug. 15 issue of PE Week was incomplete and gave the incorrect impression that it isn’t an active early stage investor. The data came from The MoneyTree Survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers, Thomson Venture Economics (publisher of PE Week) and the National Venture Capital Association. Lightspeed says that it has made a number of “stealth” deals that weren’t counted by MoneyTree. Lightspeed notes that it has invested in 32 early stage companies since 2002, made 11 seed- or first-round investments between 2003 and 2004, and has made eight seed- or first-round investments so far this year.

* Harris MyCFO Inc. says that it isn’t an investor in PodShow Inc., as PE Week reported in its Aug. 15 issue. An SEC filing about the PodShow investment lists Harris MyCFO’s name and address as the business address of angel investor Ram Shriram. Shriram is a PodShow investor, but Harris MyCFO isn’t, according to a Harris MyCFO spokeswoman.