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A company in transition
Corporate leadership and financial policies are big topics for discussion
by WKSU's TIM RUDELL


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Cedar Point has more roller coasters than any other amusement park in the world
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The fight over the multi-billion-dollar future of Cedar Point and nearly a dozen sister amusement parks continues.  Shareholders are voting on two key management policies.  WKSU's Tim Rudell reports on what is at stake, and how one of the northern Ohio's best-known corporations could be affected

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Old and new: one of Cedar Point's roller coasters soars in the background of the park's recreation of Fort Sandusky
Construction of new rides and facilities has been an off-season constant.  Cedar Fair's CEO says Cedar Point is the company's "crown jewel"

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