Goldman Sachs Financial Corp., New York, narrowed the review for its consolidated $25 million account to Mullen
, Wenham, Mass., and Ogilvy & Mather, New York, according to executives close to the review. Ogilvy joined the review shortly after D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles, New York, and Mullen made final presentations last month. A D'Arcy spokeswoman could not confirm whether the agency was cut from the review, which is expected to wrap up shortly. Goldman wants to consolidate the account, previously divided among New York shops Doremus & Co., Lowe
Lintas & Partners Worldwide and Mezzina Brown & Partners. Pile & Co., Boston, is handling the review.
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