This Wall Street Journal story focuses on the animal-rights activists' protests against the American Investment bank Stephens Inc. and its client, the British-based company Huntingdon Life Sciences. The reporter describes how a number of financial institutions have severed their ties with Huntigdon, "which tests drugs, pesticides and other products on about 70,000 animals a year." The story reports on the activists' attacks against the company's manager and his wife. The author finds that "as fear spurs British backers to abandon Huntingdon, battle heats up in U.S."
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