What’s driving rental car prices so high?
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The economy is steadily improving, but we're not back to "normal."
Climate activists won seats on Chevron and Exxon's boards, and Shell lost in court. Changes must be big to protect the environment.
A surge in demand, plus fewer rental cars, plus a chip shortage (and therefore fewer new cars) equals higher prices for travelers.
Delivery-only restaurants are on the rise. Here's what a virtual food hall looks like.