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Bad Blood: The Decline And Fall Of Elizabeth Holmes And Theranos

Photo: Ethan Pines,, Forbes, Shutterstock. Design: Nick DeSantis, Forbes Staff Elizabeth Holmes—and her company, Theranos—promised to change the way people got blood tests, replacing needles with finger pricks. In June, FORBES’ estimate of her net worth fell from $4.5 billion to $0. On October 5, Theranos got out of the [...]
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