Fer de Wahlberg, Inc.
Mark Wahlberg moved Wahlberg Enterprises to France where he purchased a Q1 iron company to fuel the war in France at the time.
He named the company Fer de Wahlberg, Inc., French for Wahlberg Iron, Inc.
After little success selling iron, Wahlberg laid off his employees, writing an apology letter and giving them each gifts, and put his company up to sell for 16 GOLD, 2 more than what he bought it for originally.
Wahlberg Farms, Inc.
On February 8th, 2009, Wahlberg moved Wahlberg Enterprises to his home country of Germany, where he used it to purchase a Q1 grain company from Erich Kaweletske. He renamed the company from Germanic Farming Co. to and fired the three inactive employees without putting up any new job offers, because he didn't have the funds to pay laborers at the time.
Wahlberg Meals, Inc.
This wqs a Q2 Food company.
Later, on 19 February 2009, Wahlberg decided together with Raldios to begin hiring laborers. He also wanted to purchase an export license to Pakistan, which had many food companies and no active grain companies.