Five of the seven members of the Puerto Rico utility board resigned yesterday amid a huge restructuring following the severe damage the country suffered from Hurricane Maria, Reuters reports, adding that the members who handed in their resignations also included the authority’s chief executive, who hadn’t even officially taken office yet. The resignations come in response to the Puerto Rico governor’s hostile reaction to the CEO’s proposed compensation package. The utility board agreed to pay Rafael Diaz-Granados US$750,000…
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