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Networking: FCB Has Eye on Two Candidates By Jim Kir

Foote, Cone & Belding Communications' drive to add a second, separate network still is in full gear, but one agency looking to be considered - Chiat/Day - appar

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Instead, FCB chairman-ceo Bruce Mason is said to be in discussions with at least two agencies that could fit into the agency system without the problem of a possible client conflict with FCB’s Mazda business, according to sources, and not necessarily with a singular New York presence, where its Publicis office is basing its U.S.

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