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    SeaWorld Admits Employees Spied on Activists

    It’s no fish story. The aquatic animal theme park’s been planting moles among People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals activists to help “maintain the safety and security of employees, customers and animals in the face of credible threats.” So says CEO Joel Manby, who also noted that his board has since tanked the spying activities. He’s not saying whether anyone was fired over the nefarious undertakings, but the firm’s stock — despite a Q4 report showing improved revenue and attendance — just sunk 9.2 percent.

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