Fits and starts.
That’s perhaps the best way to describe how Father’s Day began. The holiday—recognized worldwide, albeit on different days— will be celebrated in the U.S. on Sunday.
Like all American holidays, it’s not only about family, but also about the cash. The National Retail Federation says the average shopper will spend about $125 on Dear Old Dad this year. (That doesn’t mean you have to buy Pop a $125 necktie.) Clothing and greeting cards are the mo...
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