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The Trump Cabinet: Strangest Show on Earth

As we start the Trump presidency, events just keep getting more bizarre. At his first and last press conference as president-elect, Donald Trump boasted about his divestment plan in which he was "sort..
Huffington Post

Inspection reportedly uncovers more deficiencies at Theranos

The troubled blood-testing startup Theranos faces the risk of new regulatory sanctions after the Centers for Medicare & Medic -More- 
SmartBrief

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News video: Theranos: 2016 Year in Review

Theranos: 2016 Year in Review 02:43

One big fat lie.
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News video: The Worst Biopharma CEOs of 2016

The Worst Biopharma CEOs of 2016 00:53

There was plenty of shame to spread around, but Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' loathsome mix of arrogance, incompetence and duplicity makes her the Worst CEO of 2016.
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News video: Bill Maris: We’re in a Huge Bubble

Bill Maris: We’re in a Huge Bubble 04:17

Dec.12 -- Investor and entrepreneur Bill Maris, founder and former CEO of GV, discusses venture capital and his experience at Google. He speaks with Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”
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News video: Theranos Hit With Another Lawsuit

Theranos Hit With Another Lawsuit 00:53

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in San Francisco on Monday by investment banking firm Robertson Stephens co-founder, Robert Coleman. By Jordyn Rolling (@jordynrolling)
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Early Theranos backer says "there isn't anything there" with allegations

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Theranos failed a second lab inspection but didn't tell anyone, report says

More bad news for embattled Palo Alto-based blood-testing startup Theranos: The company, which at one time was valued at $9 billion, quietly failed a second government inspection of its laboratory in..
bizjournals

This is what a venture capitalist in deep, deep denial sounds like: Theranos backer Tim Draper

There was once a moment in time when Theranos was one of the most successful startups in the country—a blood-testing dynamo that would change medical science forever, improve the lives of millions of..
Mashable

Inspectors found deficiencies at Theranos' Arizona lab just days before the company closed all of its labs

inspectors found deficiencies at theranos' arizona lab just days before the company closed all of its labs
Before it closed its Arizona lab, Theranos failed an inspection that the company hadn't disclosed. The Wall Street Journal reports that the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the..
Business Insider

Frontrunning: January 18

· Business euphoria over Trump gives way to caution, confusion (Reuters) · Biden Lashes Out at Trump Over Comments on NATO (WSJ) · Number of House Democrats Skipping Inauguration Grows (WSJ) ·..
Zero Hedge

A Japanese drug giant and a tiny New York biotech are teaming up in an unprecedented way

a japanese drug giant and a tiny new york biotech are teaming up in an unprecedented way
In drug development, the typical trajectory for a small biotech company is to develop a drug, then find a big-pharma partner to help fund trials and get the drug onto the market if it gets..
Business Insider

Theranos could face new sanctions


SeekingAlpha

10 things in tech you need to know today (SSNLF, AAPL, FB, NFLX)

10 things in tech you need to know today (ssnlf, aapl, fb, nflx)
Good morning! Here's the technology news you need to know this Wednesday. *1. A judge in South Korea will decide today whether to arrest Samsung boss Jay Y. Lee. *It's an embarrassing scandal for..
Business Insider

The Wall Street Journal: Theranos could face new sanctions after failures at second lab


MarketWatch

Second Theranos Lab Failed U.S. Inspection

Theranos failed a second major U.S. regulatory inspection of its laboratory facilities, people familiar with the situation said, a setback the Silicon Valley blood-testing firm hasn’t disclosed to..
Wall Street Journal

Theranos just made another major leadership change

theranos just made another major leadership change
Theranos just made another major leadership change. The embattled blood-testing company recruited a technology advisory board, which will serve alongside Theranos' existing scientific and medical..
Business Insider

Wearables Could Soon Know You’re Sick Before You Do

By Rinku Patel for WIRED.Mike Snyder was learing brush behind his brother’s western Massachusetts house, erecting a fence to keep deer from the blueberries, when the tick bit him. A few days later,..
Huffington Post

Arizona possibly pursuing consumer-fraud case against Theranos

Beleaguered blood-test startup Theranos may face a consumer-fraud lawsuit from the state of Arizona, reports The Arizona Republic. Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is looking at hiring an outside..
bizjournals

The Wall Street Journal: Arizona planning to sue Theranos for fraud


MarketWatch

Arizona AG to sue Theranos for defrauding consumers


SeekingAlpha

Arizona Plans to Sue Blood-Testing Company Theranos

The Arizona Attorney General is planning to sue blood-testing company Theranos, alleging that it defrauded consumers in the state, according to a state bidding document.
Wall Street Journal


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