Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, on July 17, 2019.
Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford at 19 to start Theranos and grew its value to $9 billion.
Later, technology flaws were exposed, resulting in a months-long trial where Holmes was found guilty on three counts of wire fraud and one count of conspiracy.
Now, Holmes is requesting a new trial after a key witness claimed he felt bad about his testimony.
In 2014, blood-testing startup Theranos and its founder, Elizabeth Holmes, were on top of the world.
Back then, Theranos was a revolutionary idea thought up by a woman hailed as a genius who styled herself as a female Steve Jobs. Holmes was the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire, and Theranos was one of Silicon Valley’s unicorn startups, valued at an estimated $9 billion.
But then it all came crashing down.
The shortcomings and inaccuracies of Theranos’s technology were exposed, along with the role Holmes played in…
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