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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Wayne Enterprises
Wayne Enterprises (formerly WayneCorp) is a fictional company in the DC Universe, owned by Bruce Wayne and run by his business manager, Lucius Fox. It was founded by merchant ancestors of the Wayne family in the 17th century as a merchant house, although the company changed when the heir of Judge Solomon Wayne, Alan, utilized his father's wealth and erected the Wayne Shipping company and also the Wayne Chemical company into the city. Thus it was officially erected in the 19th century. In addition to providing an income for Wayne, the various activities of the organization help facilitate his Batman activities. - Source: Wikipedia
This Batman game for the iPad shines through some intense third person combat that also mixes in the use of famed vehicles, varied side missions and plenty of stunning and ominous views of Gotham City.
Marion Cotillard will serve on the board of Wayne Enterprises, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt is joining the Gotham City police force in "The Dark Knight Rises."