The case series examines the role of accounting and corporate finance policy as a vehicle for communication between managers and outside investors. This case describes management concern that the company’s stock is undervalued because the company’s accounting analysts viewed as aggressive. Students are asked to CUC management on ways to improve advise investors’ confidence.

The case series examines the role of accounting and corporate finance policy as a vehicle for communication between managers and outside investors. This case describes management concern that the company’s stock is undervalued because the company’s accounting analysts viewed as aggressive. Students are asked to CUC management on ways to improve advise investors’ confidence.
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Krishna G. Palepu,
Paul M. Healy
Source: Harvard Business School
15 pages.
Release Date: 14 February 1992. Prod #: 192099-PDF-ENG
CUC International, Inc. (A) HBR case solution