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NEW YORK-- Just as it had to do in the protracted MasterCard pitch, Goliath Lintas:New York will for the most part have to compete against a m" />
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IBM PC cuts list to a dozen shops and works on relaunch By Cathy Taylo

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IBM PC Co. media relations director Paul Bergevin confirmed that a dozen agencies besides Lintas have been invited to meet with the unit’s marketing executives in the next few weeks. The list is as follows: New York shops Kirshenbaum & Bond, Messner Vetere Berger McNamee Schmetterer, Lowe & Partners, Merkley Newman Harry, Deutsch/Dworin and Young & Rubicam; Minneapolis shops Fallon McElligott and Carmichael Lynch; Chicago’s Leo Burnerr Co.;

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