Theranos

Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes was convicted on four counts of investor fraud and conspiracy earlier this year.
The Theranos founder now faces up to 20 years in prison.
The jury is weighing fraud charges against former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
In a tearful testimony, the disgraced entrepreneur said she was the abused puppet of her former business partner and ex-lover Sunny Balwani.
The fallen Silicon Valley star returned to the witness stand to tell a story likely to determine whether she is convicted or acquitted of criminal charges.
The former entrepreneur attempted to refute allegations that she bamboozled investors and patients into believing that her startup, Theranos, would reshape health care.
“We were being deprived of fundamental issues," the former defense secretary said.
Once hailed as a billionaire on paper, the Theranos founder now faces up to 20 years if convicted of the felony charges.
After delays from the pandemic and Holmes' pregnancy, the disgraced entrepreneur finally heads to court.
The disgraced Theranos CEO looks pretty different without her signature turtleneck.