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April 8, 2014
15:05 EDTSEASSeaWorld rises after bill banning orca shows fails to pass
Shares of theme park and entertainment company SeaWorld (SEAS) are higher after a bill that would have banned the use of killer whales in shows was rejected by a committee of the California Assembly. WHAT'S NEW: The California Assembly's Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee rejected a bill that would have banned the use of captive killer whale shows in the state. The flaghips SeaWorld park, located in San Diego, would have been prevented from using killer whales, also known as orcas, in its shows had the bill passed. Instead, the panel decided to order a study into the issue for next year, when it will reconsider the issue. PRICE ACTION: SeaWorld share are up about 4% to $30.56 in late day trading following the committee decision.
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March 25, 2015
08:34 EDTSEASClass-action suit alleges SeaWorld conceals 'unethical' treatment of orcas
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March 24, 2015
10:27 EDTSEASSeaWorld exploring transactions to refinance existing unsecured senior notes
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March 23, 2015
13:07 EDTSEASSeaWorld says new advertising campaign highlights killer whale care
SeaWorld Entertainment launched a new advertising campaign highlighting the company's leadership in the care of killer whales and contributions to protect whales both in human care and in the wild. The campaign will emphasize SeaWorld's 50-year commitment to continuous evolution including its recent announcement of new killer whale habitats while setting the record straight on false accusations by activists who oppose whales and other animals in zoological settings. "There's been a lot of misinformation and even lies spread about SeaWorld, and we recognize that it has caused some people to have questions about the welfare of killer whales in human care," said David D'Alessandro, Chairman and Interim CEO of SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. "This long-term campaign will address those questions head on. We want to provide the facts, so people can make up their own minds on this important issue."
March 19, 2015
18:58 EDTSEASOn The Fly: After Hours Movers
UP AFTER EARNINGS: Mattress Firm (MFRM), up 5.2%... New York & Company (NWY), up 3.1%... Rally Software (RALY), up 1.4%... Nike (NKE), up 4.2%... Youku Tudou (YOKU), up 1%. ALSO HIGHER: Prothena (PRTA), up 39.3% after reporting positive results from Phase 1 study of PRX002... SeaWorld (SEAS), up 1% after naming Joel Manby as president and CEO. DOWN AFTER EARNINGS: AK Steel (AKS), down 9.1%.
16:02 EDTSEASSeaWorld names Joel Manby as President And CEO
SeaWorld Entertainment announced that its board has appointed Joel Manby as President and CEO, effective April 7. Manby will also join the company's board. David D'Alessandro, who has served as interim CEO, will continue to serve as the company's Chairman. Most recently, Manby has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Herschend Enterprises, the largest family-owned theme park and entertainment company in the U.S.

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