The corner office apparently has a revolving door at SeaWorld Entertainment (). Former Carnival () executive Gus Antorcha stepped down as CEO on Monday, citing disagreements with the theme park operator’s board of directors. He lasted less than seven months. If his permanent replacement is tapped before mid-February 2020, that person will become SeaWorld’s fifth CEO in two years.
There will be no protestors picketing in front of SeaWorld’s parks and taking shots at it on social media to challenge the company for its poor treatment of its CEOs. There will be no scintillating documentary detailing how corporate captains shouldn’t be held in captivity in what are apparently tiny think tanks. However, there’s clearly a disconnect between SeaWorld’s boardroom and the folks who are tasked with