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Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes has “no doubt” the company will survive

In a rare public appearance, Holmes opened up to NBC’s Maria Shriver about how she and her company Theranos got rich on a promise to “revolutionize” blood testing with a secretive new technology. But Holmes made some shortcuts along the way, such as hiring unqualified lab technicians to analyze samples. In the interview, Holmes tells … Continue reading “Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes has “no doubt” the company will survive”

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In a rare public appearance, Holmes opened up to NBC’s Maria Shriver about how she and her company Theranos got rich on a promise to “revolutionize” blood testing with a secretive new technology. But Holmes made some shortcuts along the way, such as hiring unqualified lab technicians to analyze samples. In the interview, Holmes tells Shriver she has “no doubt” that her company can still succeed.

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Christina Farr is a San Francisco-based journalist specializing in health and technology. Before joining Fast Company, Christina worked as a reporter for VentureBeat, Reuters and KQED

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