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  • Last month IntelliProtect launched a $8.95-a-month privacy service that will, among other things, prevent people from seeing some online ads based on tracking data.

    Web's Hot New Commodity: Privacy

  • Its simplest funeral plan allows members to make an average $6-a-month payment via mobile phone, ensuring a lump sum payout for the person's funeral when he or she dies.

    Planning Ahead for the End

  • Its tiered billing plans include a $15-a-month option and a $300 lifetime membership.

    Games to Flex Your Brain

  • Tom Rudnai, president of Longo Toyota in El Monte, Calif., the nation's largest single Toyota dealer, said his dealership is still offering a $259-a-month, three-year lease on certain Prius models, and 2.9% financing for five-year loans.

    Prius Pinch Won't Last Long

  • I'm looking forward to going back to France very soon, Strauss-Kahn said outside the $50,000-a-month Tribeca townhouse he rented while facing the assault charges.

    Dominique Strauss-Kahn will fly home to a France divided over his reputation

  • For many people though, the Netflix changes could encourage them to save money by switching to cheaper plans, including an existing $7.99-a-month streaming-only option and a new DVD-only rental plan for the same price.

    Viewers Give Netflix Earful on New Hybrid-Plan Prices

  • The family receives disability benefits for one child, but doesn't have enough income to cover their $750-a-month rent.

    Job Search Stretches Past a Year for Millions

  • If you're the beloved relative who gets them set up with that $100-a-month discipline, that's powerful, says Brian Wagenbach, branch manager for the Charles Schwab offices in Minneapolis.

    Mutual funds: 7 tips for making a graduation gift

  • As numbers from Three's £25-a-month unlimited data tariff show, once price constraints are removed there is no longer anything tentative about use of mobile broadband.

    Auction of high-speed 4G spectrum set to raise £3bn

  • "I drive a 2003 Ford Explorer with 65,000 miles, and it works just fine," Mr. Llorente said, a nod to Mr. Alvarez's BMW, which had been partially subsidized by an official $800-a-month car allowance—on top of two other county-issued vehicles.

    After the Recall, Race Begins for Miami-Dade Mayor

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