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From Silicon Valley superstar to facing jail time on fraud charges, here’s where Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is now
Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is facing wire fraud charges and up to 20 years in prison each. She's due to appear in court in April.
100 hours of leaked footage, a bouncy house, and MC Hammer: How HBO’s documentary on disgraced blood-testing company Theranos came together
The HBO documentary includes footage from all-hands meetings and company parties, and shows the CEO dancing to "U Can't Touch This."
Princeton University professor Stephen Chou created a test that uses an iPhone and an attached device to run tests like a complete blood count. The device, not yet approved, could bring blood-testing technology to more people who might not have access to a full lab.
In the Wall Street Journal investigative reporter John Carreyrou's new book, "Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup," he describes a demonstration of the technology in 2006 in which recorded blood-testing results were presented as real-time results.
Many of the high-profile names on Theranos' 2015 board of counselors are leaving.
The company had been seeking FDA approval.
Theranos is appealing the government sanctions that have barred its CEO, Elizabeth Holmes, from running a blood-testing lab for two years.
CEO Elizabeth Holmes demonstrated the company's new blood-testing products in development, including the miniLab and the Theranos Virtual Analyzer.
Theranos hasn't publicly shared any of its data before, saying for a long time that it'd rather go through the FDA approval process.
One of the problems was that its board of directors included a paltry number of professionals with science credentials.