The New York Times data entry error is costing U.S. retailers more than $400 million

Data entry errors are a common occurrence when data is entered into databases or websites, especially when new technology comes into play.

The error is a direct result of a new entry that is not the same as the previous entry.

The new entry has been created on the wrong platform.

If the new entry is not properly formatted, the database will be unable to read the data correctly.

This error has been found and corrected.

The problem occurred in November 2017 when the Times database on its home page was updated.

In this instance, the new data entry was not formatted correctly.

The database has been re-opened for a full revision and will now be able to process data.