A former attorney with SeaWorld Entertainment (NYSE:SEAS) entered a guilty plea to one count of insider trading.
Associate general counsel and assistant secretary Paul Powers purchased 18K shares after being informed the company's Q2 2018 revenue was going to be reported ahead of consensus estimates.
The company wasn't charged with any wrongdoing.
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