PracticeAccounting FirmsAndersen: Going for a song?

Andersen: Going for a song?

The news that an Andersen partner had rewritten the lyrics of The Eagles' Hotel California to fit the state of the Enron audit set the collective minds at TS racing.

Surely there must be greater talent out there, capable of creating a similar version for the current state of Andersen itself?

But to keep it simple, we thought we could give away some Oddbins vouchers for the most appropriate song title for the crumbled and humbled firm.Talking Shred’s ‘Road to Nowhere’ sprang to mind, as did The Beatles’ ‘Enron and Winding Road’ and Elton John’s ‘Don’t Let Andersen go down on me’. But we are sure you can do better.

Send you suggestion to takingstock@accountancyage.com by Wednesday 22 May (anonymity guaranteed if you are working for Andersen) and stand a chance of winning £50 Oddbins vouchers.

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