February 07, 2018 - Business Insider
Animal rights group PETA bought stock in Thomas Cook so it could lobby the firm to cut ties with SeaWorld
- Animal rights activists invested in travel company Thomas Cook in a protest against its stance on SeaWorld.
- PETA bought around £1.20 of stock to gain access to Thomas Cook's AGM in London and lobby executives and shareholders.
- Campaigners object to the company selling tickets to SeaWorld, which they think is cruel and inhumane in its treatment of killer whales.
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