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Interpublic keeps battling in effort to seize the Oldsmobile account By David Kiley and Michael McCarth

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Sources said last week that IPG and its McCann-Erickson unit were still alive in the hunt for Oldsmobile, and that they were working on a new deal to pitch the business. IPG’s renewed interest in the account follows Lowe & Partners’ recent notification that it was no longer in the review.
Meanwhile, Olds executives are traveling this week to New Orleans for the annual National Automobile Dealers Association meeting.

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