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.
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.
Backlash Over "Blackfish" Leads To End Of PartnershipAfter coming under fire from animal rights activists, Southwest Airlines is ending a 25-year-old marketing partnership with SeaWorld Entertainment.
Some SeaWorld Mammals Survive Longer In CaptivityAmid controversy over the treatment of animals at one of Florida’s most popular theme-parks, a new report is shining a positive light on marine mammal’s life expectancy in the park.
SeaWorld Questions Ethics Of OSHA InvestigatorAn Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigator is in deep waters after being called out by SeaWorld.
Seaworld Goes Public On NY Stock ExchangeSeaworld Entertainment, Inc. is used to having big splashes made at its park on a daily basis. But the company made a huge splash Friday when it made a splash during its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange.