SeaWorld (NYSE:SEAS) is reporting earnings on Wednesday, only a few weeks after a negative documentary about the company's treatment of its animal stars was released. Consumer goods analyst Sean O'Reilly thinks that the negative publicity won't help the company, and combined with its cutting of ticket prices, he thinks SeaWorld may be in trouble this quarter.
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- Nov 11, 2013 at 4:30PM
- Consumer Goods