AccountingWEB’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame

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For many years AccountingWEB’s Born Dull?! campaign has probed the intersections between fame and accountancy, and uncovered an apparent professional affinity with rock and pop music. With a little help from our friends (and thanks to Mark Lee in particular), we offer some well known and less well known representatives to inaugurate AccountingWEB’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. It’s a bit like the one in Cleveland, Ohio, but a little more prudent.

Where better to start than with someone who earned plaudits from an actual Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer...

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About John Stokdyk

John Stokdyk, AccountingWEB head of insight

AccountingWEB’s Head of Insight has been with the site since 1999 and likes to spend his time studying accountants’ technology habits. When not nerding out, you can find him exploring obscure indie music and searching for the perfect organic sourdough loaf from his base in Brighton, UK.


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By Locutus
03rd May 2013 10:53

Mick Jagger studied Accountancy and Finance at the London School of Economics. It's nice to think if the music career hadn't worked out he might be one of us.

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