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The 10 worst cars of all time, according to Edmunds.com:



10. 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Diesel



9. 1957 Trabant



8. 1982 Cadillac Cimarron



7. 1958 Edsel Corsair



6. 2003 Saturn Ion



5. 1971 Chevrolet Vega



4. 1987 Yugo



3. 1955 BMW Isetta



2. 1974 Ford Mustang



1. 2001 Pontiac Aztec



Number to Know



$96: Approximate price of crude oil per barrel on Monday, showing the effects of weakened U.S. industrial production and the European recession.



-- TheStreet.com



Tech Talk



Facebook has announced that although it was recently hacked, the company does not believe any user data was compromised, CNN reports. The hack took place in January, when a few employees reportedly visited a compromised website. The site installed malware onto their computers which allowed Facebook to then become compromised.



Facebook appears to be the most recent victim of a string of high-profile hacks. Twitter, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Washington Post have also reported security breaches. The news sites attacked blame hackers working for the Chinese government, though Twitter and Facebook have made no mention of this when reporting the attacks. The hacks reportedly take advantage of vulnerabilities in Java programming. Facebook said any Java weaknesses were fixed after the hack.

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