Annual passholders may be happy to see Florida parks open again, but the value of their admissions isn't the same.
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The theme park company is also issuing $400 million worth of secured notes to fund operations.
Positive coronavirus-related developments fueled a rally in the shares of theme park companies.
This weekend's phased reopening of the media giant's theme parks in Florida is not a good look, but it's the right thing to do.
The amusement park operator still has a tough road ahead of it, but it could get easier if this good news is a harbinger of things to come.
Comcast's Universal Orlando resort is introducing a high-tech stunt show while most of its peers are holding back on new rollouts.
These promising stocks sell 30%, 40% -- even 50% below what they cost at the start of the year.
Surging coronavirus cases are an ominous omen for the troubled industry.
All but one of Florida's major theme park resorts have now reopened, just as COVID-19 cases are hitting new highs in the Sunshine State.
An alarmingly high number of new coronavirus infections could keep visitors away from amusement parks.