Ask Jeeves Advances

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Ask Jeeves (ASKJ ) posted five cents vs. three cents fourth quarter earnings per share on a 48% revenue rise. The online search portal company sees $23 million first quarter revenue, and four cents earnings per share (pro forma), and raised the 2003 earnings per share (pro forma) guidance to 20 cents. USB Piper upgradedto outperform.

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