A roundup of today's CNNMoney news:
Google nukes thousands of Gmail accounts: Imagine opening up your e-mail and finding years of correspondence gone. As many as 150,000 Gmail users have been confronting that scary scenario throughout the past day.
Madoff says his victims were 'greedy': Of his burned investors, Bernard Madoff reportedly said, "Now if you listen to [them], they're living out of Dumpsters and they don't have any money, and I'm sure it's a traumatic experience to some, but I made a lot of money for people." Victims fire back, calling Madoff a monster, a liar and a thief.
Ford Mustang tops Consumer Reports' list: Take a look at the 10 cars, trucks and SUVs scored the best in their classes.
Credit cards from hell: The nine worst credit cards you could own carry hefty annual fees and outrageous interest rates. See if you own one.
Don’t blame the Fed for recent price hikes: New York Fed President William Dudley said political disruptions in the Middle East, bad food harvests and the rapid growth of major developing economies, such as China and India, as reasons for the rising commodity prices.
What former CEO friended Mark Zuckerberg? Scott McNealy, former CEO of Sun Microsystems, explains why he wanted to meet with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.