'Female Steve Jobs' Theranos Head Faked Results In 2006: BookChris Menahan
May. 21, 2018
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Former media darling Elizabeth Holmes, who was hailed as the "next Steve Jobs" for advancing liberal narratives about women in STEM, reportedly was outright faking the efficacy of her "breakthrough" blood test all the way back in 2006.
In his new book, "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup," Wall Street Journal investigative reporter John Carreyrou tells how Holmes allegedly faked results during a demonstration to the Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis in 2006.
From Business Insider:
The demonstration, by all accounts, was a success. But the Theranos employees who had been on the trip didn't seem too excited, noticed Theranos' chief financial officer at the time, Henry Mosley.I wonder if she accused him of "mansplaining"?
Holmes' Ponzi scheme finally collapsed after she was charged with "massive fraud" by the SEC in March 2018.
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