Welcome to the Tuesday Edition of the Business News Headlines where we'll cover some surprising stories and factual content outside of the world of politics. As always, we're grateful that you come by to learn and here about just some of the big stories of the day. Plus, make sure you click ahead for an interesting interview with filmmaker Jude Rawlins who left the U.K. for rural Marshalltown, Iowa to make films. Jude uses Iowa actors, locations and explains why he loves it there. Also, remember that you can hook up with us all day on Twitter @IOB_NewsHour and on Instagram. Here's what we've got for you today:
- Home Depot was riding a wave until...
- Jewish in America? Musk and his comments;
- Use it or lose it says Google;
- Retail spending in April is a big story;
- Hard to get good help? Yes...or so it seems at Hertz;
- The Wall Street Report;
- How the IRS may shake up tax filing.
For the interview you'll hear from Jude Rawlins a filmmaker who left the U.K. for the rural community of Marshalltown, Iowa. There he has made several feature length films using Iowa actors, locations, props and more. Why does he do it and why stay? He'll tell you that and share the business side of making "affordable" films. To listen to that conversation just click our player below.
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