Here’s a rule of thumb about the Yahoo! front page: It always includes at least one error. If a word is capitalized, it probably shouldn’t be; if it isn’t, it should be:
Just like other currencies (including the peso, dollar, and drachma), euro doesn’t get a capital letter.
The word governor shouldn’t get a capital letter unless it precedes the governor’s name:
Is this wrong?
Of course it is; Wi-Fi is a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Do you think the person who wrote these headlines is sorry about the incorrect capitalized words?
I don’t think so. You have to be aware of your mistakes to regret them.