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In a surprise 11th-hour decision, Goldberg Moser O'Neill last week removed itself from the Porsche Cars North " />
In a surprise 11th-hour decision, Goldberg Moser O'Neill last week removed itself from the Porsche Cars North " />

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On and Off Track: Goldberg Drops Out of Porsche Race; Three Shops Remain in Running By Daniel S. Levin

In a surprise 11th-hour decision, Goldberg Moser O'Neill last week removed itself from the Porsche Cars North

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The withdrawal, which puzzled GMO’s competitors, left Goodby, Berlin & Silverstein/S.F., Stein Robaire Helm/L.A. and The Richards Group/Dallas to vie for the $10-million account, considered a plum for any agency.
GMO said it withdrew from the review because it was already straining under the task of absorbing three new accounts it won in recent weeks: Stuart Anderson’s Black Angus Restaurants, new age flavored water marketer Aqua Vie Beverage Corp.

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