Ella Bleu Travolta: John Travolta’s Daughter Dubbed New Princess of Scientology!

Scientology has been in the news a lot this week, what with rumors that Tom Cruise and Elisabeth Moss are dating. And of course, every week brings with it the possibility that L. Ron himself will roll up in a spaceship and be all, “Get in, losers. We’re going to my private planet before the evil Lord Xenu lays waste to this one.” Such a cool dude. Anyway, believe it or not, the members of Hollywood’s most popular science fiction cult have a reason to be excited that might be even bigger than the possibility of a Hubbard second coming or a Peggy Olsen-Maverick Mitchell offspring. As you probably know,… Read More

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Nurses reveal the 11 hardest parts of their job, from the death of patients to not having time to pee during a shift

Business Insider asked nurses to share the hardest parts of their job. Many said seeing patients die after doing everything to care for them is the hardest part. Other challenges include long shifts, having to use time-consuming technology, and a lack of respect from other people in the healthcare industry. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Working as a nurse isn’t easy. Nurses have some of the most stressful jobs in the country. Nursing will be among the fastest growing professions by 2026, but the American Association of Colleges of Nursing still expects there to be a shortage in the coming years. Read more: Here’s how being a nurse… Read More

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Watch the moment when an Amazon customer tried to return an order directly to Jeff Bezos during a question-and-answer session (AMZN)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was asked an unusual question at the company’s annual shareholder conference on Wednesday. During the question-and-answer session, an unnamed shareholder and customer apparently tried to return a package directly to Bezos. Bezos took the unusual request in stride, as seen in a video that the company posted on YouTube. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos won’t take your return, even if you ask him nicely. One shareholder learned that the hard way. During the question-and-answer session at the company’s annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday, an unnamed shareholder and apparent customer tried to return a package directly to Bezos. See the entire… Read More

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Here’s why companies like Google, Square, and Atlassian are sprinting to use Kotlin, the fastest-growing programming language according to GitHub

Kotlin has become the fastest-growing programming language,according to GitHub, and it’s increasingly being used by companies like Google, Square, Pinterest, Pivotal, Capital One, and Atlassian. Kotlin was developed in 2010 by JetBrains, a software-tools company, to take away some of the “pain points” of Java, like “null pointer exceptions,” which frequently cause Java apps to crash. Business Insider spoke with various companies about how they decided to use Kotlin and why it’s so loved by Android developers. When Valeriy Ovechkin, a Square software engineer, started on the team for Square’s restaurant app, Caviar, it was written completely in Java. Java, one of the most widely used programming languages, was created… Read More

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