After he wrapped up, the leaders of Theranos stood before their employees and surveyed the room. Then a chant erupted. “Fuck you . . .,” employees began yelling in unison, “Carreyrou.” It began to grow louder still. “Fuck you, Carreyrou!” Soon men and women in lab coats, and programmers in T-shirts and jeans, joined in. They were chanting with fervor: “Fuck you, Carreyrou!,” they cried out. “Fuck you, Carreyrou! Fuck. You. Carrey-rou!”
Well, I think part of that may be the author building his narrative that its founder, much like Theranos itself, may be more interested in appearance than any sort of substance.
I feel really bad for Gen. Mattis. It's clear he just wanted a useful way to check on warfighters in the field, but he got taken for a ride.
Which is why getting that headline first investment from a well known firm is so important - it gives you the illusion of legitimacy that you can use to hoover up a load more cash.
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