Morning Lines

papers_8_8.jpgThe geckos are coming (maybe). Geico, the nation’s fourth-largest car insurance company, wants to come to Massachusetts if the state allows insurers to set their own rates. If they won’t be here until 2008, why have we been subjected to the ads? [Globe]

You can’t fire him, because he quits. John Moscardelli, who sat on the Turnpike Authority Board for five years, quit a year before his term ended. Governor Patrick now has control of the board, which makes it more likely his transportation policies will be adopted. [Globe]

She quits too. Even a big promotion wasn’t enough to keep Ellyn McColgan at Fidelity Investments, as she suddenly quit. Maybe the Fidelity advertisements showing happily retired people enjoying their later years really spoke to her? [Herald]