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Elizabeth Holmes bought an un-potty trained Siberian husky as Theranos crumbled, and it was a poignant symbol of the messy situation
Balto, a Siberian husky, was meant to be a mascot for the company. He didn't exactly work out that way.
More than half of today’s unicorn health startups haven’t published any influential research — and some experts say that raises the ...
In a new study, an early Theranos whistle-blower and Stanford professor of medicine analyzes a cluster of $1 billion healthcare startups and finds very few are publishing high-impact papers.
The rise and fall of Theranos, the blood-testing startup that went from a rising star in Silicon Valley to facing fraud charges
Theranos and its CEO Elizabeth Holmes was featured on the cover of business magazines. Then questions arose about how the blood tests worked.
The mysterious story of former Theranos president Sunny Balwani, who former employees saw as an ‘enforcer’ and now faces criminal charges ...
Not much is known about Balwani, who Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou found was in a romantic relationship with Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes during his time at the company.
Even well-established private companies are at constant risk of failure, as evidenced by some of the startups that went out of business in 2018.
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Theranos was by the far the biggest startup to close in 2018, but it wasn't the only one. See what other startups failed in the realm of robotics, smart suitcases, and developer software.
A former Apple employee inspired Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes’ change from ‘frumpy accountant’ to her signature Steve Jobs-style bl...
In John Carreyrou's new book, "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup," he recounts employee testaments about what inspired Elizabeth Holmes' famous and iconic outfit.
The reporter who broke the Theranos saga wide open pinpoints the moment he knew he had a big story on his hands
John Carreyrou, the Wall Street Journal reporter who revealed problems with the blood-testing startup Theranos' technology, describes the moment he knew he had an opening into uncovering the story.
The scandal-plagued blood-testing company has been on the ropes for years, mired in controversy over what was once seen as a breakthrough lab-testing product that was poised to disrupt the legacy health care industry.