Nine months after signing a deal to bring a SeaWorld-branded hotel to the San Diego theme park, SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. has decided to abandon the effort. In a quarterly report released Tuesday, the Florida-based company said that in September it decided to not proceed with the San Diego project...


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