Janus Capital Group's ( JNS) net income fell in the third quarter as the Denver money manager recorded a charge on the expected sale of its printing business. But the company recorded a slight increase in earnings on continuing operations as assets under management rose despite heavy outflows at its Intech subsidiary.Janus reported third-quarter net income from continuing operations of $50.8 million, or 29 cents per diluted share, compared with net income from continuing operations of $51.6 million, or 28 cents per diluted share, in the second quarter 2007. The figures exclude a charge of 21 cents a diluted share related to the planned sale of Janus' printing business, Rapid Solutions Group. Janus' assets under management rose 9.1% during the third quarter to $208.0 billion. About half of the increase, or $8.6 billion, came from market appreciation and fund performance, with the rest coming from net new money from clients. But the bulk of the new money, or $8.1 billion, went into the firm's money market funds. Its long-term stocks and bond funds pulled in just $700 million of new money, down sharply from $1.5 billion in the second quarter. Money market funds charge relatively low fees, generating smaller profits for the firm than its long-term stock and bond fund. Investors actually pulled a net $2.2 billion out of products managed by Janus' Intech subsidiary.