Orange County Business Journal

Hannah Mitchell is managing editor. She can be reached at mitchell@ocbj.com.

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Chapman University has put off a plan to expand its campus by 17 acres and add about 3,000 students, according to the Orange County Register.

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Disneyland and its counterpart in Florida will get a dedicated “Star Wars” section, Disney Chief Executive and Chairman Bob Iger announced at the company’s D23 Fan Expo in Anaheim (see related graphic, page 22).

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Raj Manufacturing LLC in Tustin changed its name to Raj Swim LLC to better showcase the company’s culture.

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Pacific Investment Management Co. said Securities and Exchange Commission staff are proposing the agency take civil action against the firm.

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Cypress-based Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. said it plans to end U.S. production.

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Attorneys for former students of Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc. are asking a court for permission to file a $2.5 billion claim against the bankrupt former operator of for-profit schools, the Wall Street Journal said.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 38, No. 29

Hyundai Motor America Inc. in Fountain Valley launched a Hyundai Recognized Collision Repair Center program, which will be administered by the Laguna Hills-based Assured Performance Network.

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The Anaheim City Council voted 3-2 to extend by 30 years an admission ticket tax exemption for Disneyland and Disney California Adventure.

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Walt Disney Co. proposed a $1 billion expansion of its Disneyland theme park in Anaheim that would include new attractions, parking and other infrastructure improvements—and it wants an extension on an exemption against any future entertainment taxes in the city in exchange.

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