Originally Posted by TheBat812
I don't really agree. It would have felt nonsensical that they let him back into their company. The plot point was believable because of the existence of other convenient gadgets throughout the trilogy.
Not really as Daggett just held shares within Wayne Enterprises and separately owned a construction company.
Earle was let go as CEO, that doesn't mean he wouldn't be able to buy stocks within Wayne Enterprise.
So it wouldn't of been nonsensical as it wouldn't of been hard for him to become a CEO for a different company and go ahead with the same plan Daggett had. Excelsior is right in that Earle could have easily been weaved back in and believably so too.