Janus Capital Group announced a seven cents-a-share increase in reported diluted earnings for 2002, resulting from an audit review but not changing revenue, income or cash flow.

The company said the additional money came from unvested restricted shares of its subsidiary, Janus Capital Management and that the accounting discovery would also be reflected in its 2003 earnings reports.

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