Washington (June 12, 2002) -- Financial restatements by public companies have reportedly more than doubled over the last five years, with most revisions involving improperly recognized revenue on transactions, according to a consulting group.

The Huron Consulting Group said the number of restatements more than doubled, to 270 last year from about 120 in 1997, Bloomberg News reported.

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