Orange County Business Journal

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

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 50

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 49

The family of retired Air Force Gen. William Lyon plans to give $150,000 to the Center for Oral and Public History at California State University-Fullerton, the school said.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 48

Wet Seal Inc. hired Houlihan Lokey Capital in Los Angeles and former Tilly’s Inc. executive William Langsdorf to “identify and analyze potential strategic and financial alternatives.”

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 47

The last surviving child of the founders of Knott’s Berry Farm died at 92.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 46

Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park will introduce a 4-D interactive ride next year in its Boardwalk section. Voyage to the Iron Reef riders will play the role of trying to rescue the park from mechanical sea creatures attempting to destroy it.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 45

The Wet Seal Inc. in Foothill Ranch said in its Securities and Exchange Commission filings that its cash balance for the fiscal quarter ended Nov. 1 was approximately $19.1 million.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 44

Irvine-based Kia Motors America Inc. will continue as the Official Automotive Partner of the National Basketball Association, and its K900 sedan will take on the role of the league’s official luxury vehicle.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 43

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 42

The Wet Seal Inc. said it will cut 78 filled and open positions, including 66 at its Foothill Ranch corporate office, a 24% decrease, and 12 at the store management level, a 20% drop.

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Other items of interest Orange County Business Journal Vol. 37, No. 41

A new federal database shows Irvine-based Allergan Inc. paid doctors and hospitals $24.2 million in the last five months of last year for consulting and speaking fees, meals and travel costs, and grants, the Orange County Register reported (see related item, Insider column, page 3).

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