More Money Monday Roundup: Homebuilders’ Stock & More Airplane Fees

Personal finance from around the Web:

  • Homerbuilders’ shares suggest that the housing market is ready to fly solo without the assistance of stimulus programs. [Bloomberg]
  • No free lunch…at 30,000 feet: Continental, the last major US airline to serve free in-flight meals, will begin charging for food in coach class on domestic flights. [The Wall Street Journal]
  • Another way to increase your income: allows users to outsource random tasks for $5. [WalletPop]
  • The Federal Communication Commission will outline on Tuesday its National Broadband Plan to improve high-speed Internet access, providing connections in 100 million American households by 2020. [PC World]

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