SeaWorld Sinks in Wake of Killer Whale Outcry

  • Blames bad weather for lower Ebitda outlook for 2015
  • Third-quarter profit, revenue missed analysts' estimates

Visitors look at orca whales at SeaWorld in San Diego, July 17, 2013.

Photographer: Sandy Huffaker/The New York Times via Redux

SeaWorld Entertainment Inc., the theme-park operator under fire from animal activists for its treatment of killer whales, dropped as much as 9.5 percent after reporting third-quarter results that fell short of analysts’ estimates and cutting its 2015 earnings forecast.

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