Recently, Elsevier retracted an article that was published in 2012. The only explanation by the publisher is as follows:
Personality and Individual Differences has taken the decision to retract the review article Rushton, J.P., Templer, D.I. (2012). Do pigmentation and the melanocortin system modulate aggression and sexuality in humans as they do in other animals? Personality and Individual Differences, 53, 4-8. This retraction comes after a thorough review of the published article, the sources cited within the article, and critical comments from readers. The retraction notice is currently being finalized and will appear in the journal imminently.
As far as I know, if an article contains misinformation, the right practice is to publish a refutation article at the same journal.
I wonder whether there are other examples which the publisher retracts an article because of the sources cited within the article, and critical comments from readers.