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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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July 15, 2015
19:10 EDTSEASSeaWorld employee poses as PETA member, Bloomberg says
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19:09 EDTSEASSeaWorld says allegations against employee 'concerning'
SeaWorld Entertainment issued the following statement from CEO Joel Manby in response to recent news reports: "The allegations made yesterday against a SeaWorld employee are very concerning. These allegations, if true, are not consistent with the values of the SeaWorld organization and will not be tolerated. The SeaWorld board of directors and I have initiated an investigation into this matter which will be led by independent outside counsel, Ron Olson of Munger, Tolles & Olson, whose firm will have full access to our organization and people. In addition, we have placed the employee in question on paid administrative leave pending the findings of the investigation. We will take all appropriate actions based on the results of the investigation to ensure that the integrity and values of the SeaWorld organization are upheld."

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