SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. will eliminate 320 positions at its headquarters and across 12 theme parks as part of its restructuring effort to reduce costs by about $65 million, the company said Tuesday. The amusement park operator will book a restructuring charge of $9 million that is expected to lower its fourth-quarter earnings. However, the company did not provide specific estimates on how much its bottom line will be affected. Analysts surveyed by FactSet projected SeaWorld to post a loss of 13 cents a share on revenue of $268 million. Shares were flat in late trading after closing at $18.21.
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