SeaWorld

5 Buyouts That Could Happen in 2015

Some familiar companies could be in play this year, including Pandora, SeaWorld, SodaStream, The Fresh Market and Nuance Communications. Here's why.

SeaWorld Needs More Than a New CEO

SeaWorld is making changes at the helm and has reportedly laid off 300, but these may not be enough to restore attendance and its stock.

Blackstone-Owned SeaWorld Readies IPO

The theme park operator is going public, probably launching its IPO this month. SeaWorld will offer 20 million shares, expecting to price them between $24-27 apiece.

5 Winners and Losers of the Week in Business

As we come down to the wire for 2012, the pace of business blunders hasn't slowed. From an ill-timed streaming video outage to the ultimate dot-com oversight, here's our rundown of the most boneheaded episodes -- and a few brilliant moves -- from this week in the world of business.

SeaWorld Files to Go Public with $100 Million IPO

SeaWorld's owner, Blackstone Group LP, will likely sell some of its stake in the deal. But the private equity firm will still own a majority of the voting power of the company's shares after the IPO, the company said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.