TJX's Perfect Mistake

There are some errors that are too delicious to not share and also too wonderful to even need any sarcastic comments. (This is said by someone who believes that one should never be stingy with sarcasm.)

It seems that TJX, in an SEC filing this week, dubbed themselves "in bold capital letters at the top of the filing: The Perfect Company," according to this Boston Globe story with one of my favorite headlines ever.("TJX Cos. to SEC: Perfect We Are Not")

Said TJX senior excuse maker Sherry Lang: "The leading financial services vendor who handled the filing of this form has admitted that the error occurred at its facility and they are looking into it. A corrected Form 8K will be filed shortly."

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