SeaWorld Says Attendance, Revenue Up So Far This YearSome good news for fans of sea creatures and roller coasters.
SeaWorld Will Pay $5 Million To Settle Fraud ProbeOne of the world’s best known animal parks is writing a very large check.
SeaWorld, Former Execs Must Pay $5 Million To Settle 'Blackfish' ClaimSeaWorld and two former executives on Tuesday agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle federal fraud claims that they misled investors about the negative impact the 2013 documentary "Blackfish" had on business.
1st SeaWorld Park Without Orcas Is Opening Outside The U.S.Months after SeaWorld ended its orca-breeding program after pressure from animal rights activists, they now have plansto develop their first park without orcas. This time it will be in Abu Dhabi, also making it their first park outside the United States.
Scientists Not Happy About SeaWorld Decision To Stop Breeding Orcas Scientists are not happy about SeaWorld's decision to stop breeding Orcas.
SeaWorld: Orca That Killed Trainer Is Ill SeaWorld says the killer whale responsible for the death of a trainer is ill.
SeaWorld Admits To Infiltrating Animal Rights GroupSeaWorld has acknowledged that it planted employees into an animal rights group that had opposed the practices of the theme park.
SeaWorld Removing Emergency Floor Lifts In Killer Whale PoolsSeaWorld is removing the emergency lifting floors at the bottom of orca pools that were installed after the death of trainer, saying they are no longer needed.
SeaWorld Says It Will End Orca Shows In San Diego By 2017Shamu will be making his last splash at SeaWorld’s San Diego park by 2017, a top executive said Monday.
SeaWorld Wants To Keep Relationship With Florida IntactSeaWorld wants to maintain their partnership with state officials in Florida despite disapproval from PETA.
SeaWorld Pledges $1.5 Million For Killer Whale ConservationKnown for its efforts at caring for animals in captivity and in the wild, SeaWorld has announced that they will be committing $1.5 million over three years for a new partnership with the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation through the Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program.
SeaWorld Says Attendance Rose, But Competition Still ToughWhile battling negative publicity, Seaworld announced Thursday that more people visited its theme parks in the first three months of the year because of the earlier Easter holiday. But competition, however, remains tough.
New Ads Tout SeaWorld's Care For Marine Life In an effort to turn around declining revenues in the wake of a highly critical documentary, SeaWorld has launched a new advertising campaign.
Lolita's Fate Unclear As Decision Looms Over Captive Orcas The fate of the killer whale known as Lolita looms as a decision from the federal government is expected soon.
SeaWorld Laying Off More Than 300 WorkersA day after SeaWorld's CEO announced his resignation, the company said it's laying off more than 300 workers.