Investors are looking to see changes at SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. (SEAS) .
The company's shares have fallen 27% year to date. In July a record 23.5 million of its stock, which is more than a third of total shares, were being sold short. Additionally, investors voted in June to oust Chairman David D'Alessandro, and they rejected the company's pay plan, as well.
Here are six other companies providing entertainment for families that may be stealing Seaworld's sales.
Read the complete article here: 6 Entertainment Companies Offering Family Fun That Are Probably Stealing Most of Seaworld's Sales
Watch More with TheStreet:
- Jim Cramer Reveals Best Retail Stock to Own to Survive Retail Apocalypse
- President Trump Just Took a Swipe at Amazon on Twitter, Again
- Your Collection of Sports Memorabilia Is Probably Worthless