|Bid||31.17 x 2900|
|Ask||31.21 x 29200|
|Day's Range||30.62 - 31.30|
|52 Week Range||10.42 - 32.47|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 5, 2018 - Nov 9, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||25.50|
The facility, to be built near Orlando over multiple phases with room for future development, will create 120 jobs.
Take a tour inside the park's haunted houses, scare zones and hear from the producer of the event.
If a captive killer whale, stressed by the conditions of its captivity, kills its trainer, is that securities fraud? Sure! Everything is securities fraud! I mean, the Securities and Exchange Commission will not ban the whale from the securities industry. The Securities and Exchange Commission [on Tuesday] announced that SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. and its former CEO have agreed to pay more than $5 million to settle fraud charges for misleading investors about the impact the documentary film Blackfish had on the company’s reputation and business. SeaWorld’s former vice president of communications also agreed to settle a fraud charge for his role in misleading SeaWorld’s investors.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission on Tuesday fined SeaWorld Entertainment for keeping quiet about the negative impact a documentary was having on its business.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. has agreed to pay a settlement with regards to an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to the 2013 "Blackfish" film. Specifically, the Orlando-based marine theme park operator, which also owns and operates Busch Gardens theme parks, will pay $5 million to settle fraud charges for allegedly misleading investors about the impact of the film on the company's reputation and business. The film focused on SeaWorld's captive orca program with a dominant look into Tilikum, the whale that was involved in the 2010 death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc and former Chief Executive James Atchison will pay more than $5 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they misled investors about the negative impact of the documentary "Blackfish" on the company. "Blackfish," released in July 2013, had depicted as cruel the captivity and exhibition of orcas, or killer whales, including by SeaWorld. The SEC on Tuesday said SeaWorld and Atchison downplayed the documentary's impact from Dec. 2013 to Aug. 2014, even as bad publicity began hurting attendance and SeaWorld's reputation.
SeaWorld Entertainment Inc (SEAS.N) and former Chief Executive James Atchison will pay more than $5 million to settle U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission charges that they misled investors about the negative impact of the documentary "Blackfish" on the company. "Blackfish," released in July 2013, had depicted as cruel the captivity and exhibition of orcas, or killer whales, including by SeaWorld. The SEC on Tuesday said SeaWorld and Atchison downplayed the documentary's impact from Dec. 2013 to Aug. 2014, even as bad publicity began hurting attendance and SeaWorld's reputation.
The Securities and Exchange Commission levied $5 million worth of fines against SeaWorld Entertainment and its former chief executive for not disclosing the negative impact the business would have from a documentary that criticized the company's treatment of whales. The SEC said that from approximately December 2013 through August 2014, SeaWorld and former CEO James Atchison made untrue and misleading statements or omissions in SEC filings, earnings releases and calls, and other statements to the press regarding Blackfish's impact on the company's reputation and business. It wasn't until Aug. 13, 2014 that SeaWorld acknowledged the film was hurting attendance. With neither admitting or denying the allegations, SeaWorld is paying a $4 million penalty and Atchison paying over $1 million in penalty and disgorgement. SeaWorld's former vice president of communications, Frederick D. Jacobs, agreed to settle a fraud charge and to pay disgorgement and prejudgment interest of approximately $100,000.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission sued the operator of SeaWorld and its former chief executive, claiming they failed to disclose to investors the impact on its business from the documentary film ...
Investors need to pay close attention to SeaWorld (SEAS) stock based on the movements in the options market lately.
The new ride called Tigris will be Florida's tallest launch tower, said Busch Gardens Andrew Schaffer on Sept. 12 inside the park in front of media and guests. Tampa Bay Business Journal previously wrote about the possibility of Busch Gardens building a new ride as trademarks and permits from SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment (NYSE: SEAS) show that the area at Busch Gardens where the demolished Tidal Wave water ride once stood could be transformed into a tiger-themed coaster that's dubbed as "Project TEEL." An environmental resource permit was filed with the Southwest Florida Water Management District on June 26 by the consulting engineers and land surveyors Mills and Associates Inc., which represents client SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. The environmental permit reveals the proposed attraction would be next to Jungala and the tiger exhibit.
TAMPA, Fla., Sept. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay continues to solidify its position as Florida's thrill leader with the announcement of TigrisTM, a new triple-launch steel coaster and Florida's tallest launch coaster, roaring to the park next spring, 2019. An innovative experience, Tigris will catapult riders through an exhilarating array of looping twists with forward and backward motion, breath-taking drops, a 150-foot skyward surge, and an inverted heartline roll, all at more than 60 miles per hour.
There may be an accidental relief for Walt Disney (DIS) in the discontinuation of its tax incentive deals with the city of Anaheim. Anaheim residents are set to vote on a November ballot measure that requires large hospitality businesses that receive city tax subsidies to dramatically increase the minimum wage for all workers in the city.
Walt Disney (DIS) recently exited the tax incentive agreements that its Disneyland Resort arm had inked with its host city of Anaheim, California. In 2015, Disney struck a deal preventing Anaheim from imposing an entertainment tax on Disneyland as long as the resort invests at least $1.0 billion in the city by 2024.
The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: SkyWest, SeaWorld Entertainment, Vail Resorts, Wyndham Destinations and Hyatt Hotels
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