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Missouri taxi company calls it quits amid perfect storm: Labor shortage, rising prices, supply chain woes
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A Columbia, Missouri, taxi company that is an institution in the city will close up shop on Thursday after a perfect storm of economic challenges made owners Terry and Angie Nickerson decide that running the business is just not worth it anymore.
It's not just soaring gas prices. It's not just labor shortages. It's not just the inability to find parts. It's not just high insurance rates. It's not just competition. It's not just burnout.
"It's all of it combined together," Angie, who's referred to as "boss lady" at the company, told FOX Business. "It's just not feasible the way it once was."