Until recently union contributions and education groups made up much of the donations. The governor has been seeking business support for his tax hike measure, which would temporarily increase sales taxes, as well as personal income taxes for the wealthy. The California Chamber of Commerce, among other business groups, have not yet taken a position on the November ballot measure, but it's still early. Polls show support for the tax plan, but not by a huge margin. From an AP story last week:
He told business leaders the state is "making the tough cuts" and that he is promoting changes to public employee pensions through the state Legislature, although it's not clear how much reform the Democratic lawmakers who control the Legislature are willing to accept. Although top business owners could be among those hardest hit by his proposal, Brown said increasing their tax burden is fair because the wealthiest 20 percent also have seen their incomes increase the most over the last 30 years while wages for others have stagnated.
Here's the filing for Disney and Warner Bros.