*I'm sort of wondering about the legal aspects of that. If I recall, those sales would probably be void, since Wayne or the responsible decisionmaker there would have cause to know that the sales, if done substantially under market, were not authorized by her principal. I think the agency principle is that if one knows or should know that an agent is actively working against the principal, any obligations the agent attempts to create on behalf of her principal are not binding. But I'd have to go look that up and bleahhh.
I'm pretty sure Lex being POTUS at the time kind of takes away any say about it seeing as I believe it would be illegal for him to run Lexcorp at the time (I don't know for sure if it is against the law but he isn't suppost to be running the company while being president, but if someone else knows more about this subject it would help.)