Marketplace Money for Friday, June 15, 2012
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Happy Father's Day! We talk to a few fathers about the changing role of men in the family. And forget the politicians and pundits. In pubs across the eurozone, real people are talking about who to blame for the euro crisis. One answer? The banking system. Our man in London walks into a bar. Several, actually. Plus, the simple way one family figured out whether mom or dad would stay home with the kids. And we explore a problem plaguing moms, dads, pretty much all of us: food expiration dates.
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Posted In: Europe, Euro Eurozone, Europe debt crisis
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Posted In: dads, father's day, parenting, kids
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