– Data Covid-19 USA – Ms. Holmes, the founder of Theranos, wasn’t a creature of Silicon Valley, or so the refrain went. But her fraud trial showed otherwise.
– Data Covid-19 USA – In Silicon Valley’s world of make-believe, the philosophy of “fake it until you make it” finally gets its comeuppance.
The case against the founder of the failed blood testing start-up Theranos came to symbolize the pitfalls of Silicon Valley’s culture of hustle and hype.
The jurors sent two notes saying they were unable to agree on three of the 11 counts facing Ms. Holmes, the founder of the blood-testing start-up Theranos.
As the fraud trial of the Theranos founder draws to a close, could her new courtroom image affect the decision?
The U.S. rested its case after 11 weeks, and Ms. Holmes, the founder of the blood testing start-up Theranos, took the stand.
The story behind the story is about the elite investors who plowed millions into a media dream without much due diligence, persuaded by the charm of Ozy’s head, Carlos Watson.
The Theranos founder has turned out to be a symbol of how far we haven’t come.
Drop the Identity Cloak when identity is not the issue. (And tax the rich!)
In tech, brash male founders are allowed to overpromise and underdeliver, time and again. Not so much for women.
- Nach der Ampelklausur: Wie Scholz auf Fragen nicht antwortet Nach der ersten Klausurtagung der Ampelkoalition haben die Journalisten eine Menge Fragen. Beantwortet wird kaum eine davon, und wenn, dann von Habeck oder Lindner. Erst am Schluss wird Bundeskanzler Scholz etwas konkreter.