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A survey found more than half of drivers have either reduced their hours or quit in response to rising fuel costs.
Uber and Lyft jolted the taxi business. A credit union that loaned money to drivers lost its case against the city's transit agency.
Ride-hailing fares have continued to increase in certain cities, giving traditional taxis more of a chance than they've had in years.
Lyft announced last week it was selling its self-driving car unit to Toyota, and Uber sold its self-driving business in December.
Uber just had its best month ever. "We're seeing ride demand track closely with vaccination rates," Lyft's president told us.
Ride-hail companies are trying to bounce back from their current driver shortage. Many drivers think it's safer to deliver food than drive people.