The story of Elizabeth Holmes, the enigmatic Stanford dropout who founded medical testing start-up Theranos. Lauded as a Steve Jobs for the next tech generation and once worth billions of dollars, the myth crumbled when it was revealed that none of the tech actually worked, putting thousands of people's health in grave danger.
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In the wake of the Wall Street Journal article, Elizabeth and Sunny face a reckoning.
The episode was rated 7,67 from 123 votes.
Under intense scrutiny from the Wall Street Journal, Elizabeth and Sunny double down on defense. Tyler and Erika face a difficult choice.
The episode was rated 7,66 from 172 votes.
Fresh out of college and newly employed by Theranos, Tyler Schultz and Erika Cheung discover shocking truths about Elizabeth and the company. Richard and Phyllis work with John Carreyrou to build a case against Elizabeth.
The episode was rated 7,66 from 169 votes.
Walgreens is enticed by Elizabeth to seal the deal on a new partnership with Theranos. Ian tries to investigate what’s going on behind closed doors.
The episode was rated 7,60 from 199 votes.
With the Walgreens deadline looming, Elizabeth and Sunny scramble to find solutions to their technological failures. Ian is drawn into Elizabeth’s lawsuit against Richard.
The episode was rated 7,52 from 176 votes.
As Theranos rapidly expands, Elizabeth’s technology struggles to keep pace and members of the board become increasingly wary of her secretive behavior. Sunny considers joining the company.
The episode was rated 7,49 from 209 votes.
In need of money, Elizabeth brings her fledgling technology to the venture capitalists of Silicon Valley. In Switzerland, she is forced to make a difficult decision.
The episode was rated 7,45 from 239 votes.
Elizabeth Holmes, an optimistic and determined young woman, drops out of Stanford to found a promising new blood testing startup.
The episode was rated 7,28 from 302 votes.
Letzte Aktualisierung: Feb 04, 2023
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