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SeaWorld Entertainment Hit With Shareholder Lawsuit

SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. was hit with a shareholder lawsuit alleging the operator of three SeaWorld parks, including the original venue at Mission Bay, mislead investors by publicly stating declining attendance last year was caused by bad weather when it actually was the result of the documentary movie “Blackfish,” which alleged the company used questionable practices in the handling of its killer whales.

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SeaWorld Entertainment Gives Q2 Results, Plans Cost-Saving Initiatives

The parent company of SeaWorld San Diego plans to invest savings in new attractions.

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Southwest Airlines, SeaWorld to End Partnership

Southwest Airlines Co. and SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. have decided to end their partnership when their contract expires at the end of the year, the companies said.

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SeaWorld, Southwest Airlines to End Partnership

Protests lead to airline severing ties.

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U.S. Court of Appeals Rules Against SeaWorld Parent Company

A U.S. appeals court has ruled against the parent company of SeaWorld San Diego, affirming a federal labor agency finding following the 2010 death of a whale trainer at the Florida park operated by SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.

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Appeals Court Rules Against SeaWorld Parent Company

A U.S. appeals court has ruled against the parent company of SeaWorld San Diego, affirming a federal labor agency finding following the 2010 death of a whale trainer at the Florida park operated by SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.

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