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Dan Snyder‘s anti-solvent theme park chain, Six Flags, should be out of its misery very soon.
Stock in Snyder’s company, which sold for nearly $12 a share around the time he took over its board of directors, was selling for a quarter during today’s trading.
Twenty five cents.
That means it would cost you 140 shares of Snyder’s stock to park at Snyder’s football stadium.
Is this the story of the year or what?
Keep the dial right here for all the breaking news — what’s left of it, anyway! — in Snyder’s Six Flags soap opera.