Wells Fargo & Co. has become embroiled in a dispute between striking workers and a Portland, Ore.-based steel company.

Workers protesting conditions at a Pueblo, Colo., mill owned by Oregon Steel Mills Inc. said last week that they were boycotting the bank for lending to their employer. In addition, an Oregon local of the union says a company that employs its members, Northwest Aluminum Co., plans to withdraw a $20 million pension account from Wells Fargo.

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