The China Post
Date: April 2, 2015
By: Chi-hao James Lo
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday said that the two CEOs of the EasyCard Corporation must receive pay cuts due to their unreasonably high annual salaries.
During a recent meeting between Ko and Kuomintang Taipei City Councilor Hsu Hung-ting (徐弘庭), Hsu proposed a question to the mayor, asking why the EasyCard Corporation now has two heads when there has always been only one.
Reportedly, Ko had no idea that the company currently has two CEOs, and was unable to answer Hsu’s question. The mayor also allegedly ordered the city’s Department of Transportation and the Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation to submit individual reports regarding the matter. [FULL STORY]