A roundup of today's CNNMoney news:
100 best companies to work for: From fat paychecks to sweet perks, these employers offer dream workplaces. If you work at tech powerhouse SAS - No. 1 on the list - you can get a haircut or car wash while you work. Check out Whole Foods’ hiring recipe and how Google hires Android developers.
U.S. companies fear Chinese New Year: During the 15-day holiday, hundreds of thousands of factories shut down, and that can cost a company millions of dollars in lost sales. Some companies are responding by shifting their suppliers back to the U.S.
Your cell phone bill is going up: Three of the four major networks raised their rates or scrapped discount deals this month. Verizon Wireless is staying silent about the terms of the data plans it will offer iPhone customers.
Republican battle cry: Cut $2.5 trillion: The House Republican Study Committee, which includes some of the party's most conservative members, introduced a bill that proposes $330 billion in cuts to more than 100 programs over 10 years.
Collector cars, modern to classic: Collectible cars aren't always vintage vehicles. A big part of the annual Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions are cars that are built specifically to be a collectible.