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Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes admits to adding Pfizer logo to company reports and hiding the use of third-party devices: Trial week 12 recap

Brittany Hosea-Small/Reuters Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes returned to the stand this week in her criminal fraud trial. She admitted using Pfizer's logo without authorization but said, "I wish I had done it differently." Holmes also said she concealed Theranos' use of third-party devices over trade secret concerns. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes continued testifying in the 12th week of her federal fraud trial this week. Her defense has argued she couldn't have knowingly dup...
Tags: News, Stanford, Africa, Trends, Merck, Walgreens, New York Times, Fda, Npr, Trial, Pfizer, Siemens, Cnbc, Theranos, Gibbons, Elizabeth Holmes


'Understand the facts before you make a statement': Kyle Rittenhouse tells Biden to go back and watch his trial before 'defaming' his character

Kyle Rittenhouse looks back as attorneys argue about the charges that will be presented to the jury during proceedings at the Kenosha County Courthouse in Kenosha, Wis., in this Nov. 12, 2021 file photo.Sean Krajacic/The Kenosha News via AP, Pool, file President Biden tweeted a video referencing white supremacists that had an image of Kyle Rittenhouse. In an interview with Fox's Tucker Carlson, Rittenhouse said Biden should watch his trial proceedings. Rittenhouse said Biden defamed his c...
Tags: Politics, News, Law, Trends, Joe Biden, Fox, United States, Portland, Wisconsin, Fox News, Trial, Biden, Donald Trump, Defamation, Trump, Kenosha


I ate a day's worth of meals from Too Good To Go, here's how my first time using the app went

Too Good To Go I decided to eat a day's worth of meals from the app Too Good To Go, which tries to eliminate food waste. I ordered from Dunkin Donuts, Le Pain Quotidien, and a local sushi place called Sushi Capitol. I think the app is worth it when you want to occasionally treat yourself to food you may not typically get to eat. Living in Washington, DC makes the habit of eating out fairly expensive.I typically only dine out once a week and try to only spend an allotted amount when I do. ...
Tags: Food, News, California, Restaurants, US, Trends, App, Breakfast, Lunch, Washington Dc, Retail, Food Waste, Trial, Waste, Dinner, East Coast


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 11 recap: Holmes takes the stand

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes arrives with her mother Noel Holmes to attend her fraud trial at federal court in San Jose, California, U.S., November 17, 2021.Peter DaSilva/Reuters The fraud trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has run through its 11th week. In a surprise move from the defense, Holmes took the stand late Friday afternoon. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its eleventh week. The prosecution rests Prosecutors rested their case Friday after nearly thr...
Tags: Trends, Cnn, Walgreens, Trial, Pfizer, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Reuters, Holmes, Tompkins, San Jose California, UnitedHealthcare, Grossman, Prosecution


Prosecutors have rested their fraud case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes after 11 weeks

Theranos founder and former CEO Elizabeth Holmes (L) walks with her mother Noel Holmes as they arrive for Elizabeth Holmes's trial at the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building on November 17, 2021 in San Jose, California. Holmes is facing charges of conspiracy and wire fraud for allegedly engaging in a multimillion-dollar scheme to defraud investors with the Theranos blood testing lab services.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Prosecutors have rested their case in the federal fraud trial of Thera...
Tags: Defense, US, Trends, Trial, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Robert, Holmes, Mattis, L, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, James Mattis, Noel Holmes, Erika Cheung, Peckham Federal Building


Here's everything that Theranos' four former lab directors have revealed about the company's troubled testing operations in Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial

Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, U.S., July 17, 2019.Reuters/Stephen Lam All four of Theranos' former lab directors have testified in founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial. They detail voiding up to 60,000 tests, being left in the dark, and how Holmes reacted to concerns. Here's everything we've learned so far about Theranos' issues in the lab, based on their testimony. Theranos launched despite lackin...
Tags: Trends, New York Times, Trial, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Dhawan, Centers for Medicare, Medicaid Services, Sawyer, San Jose California, Das, Wall Street Journal Theranos, Tech Insider


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 10 recap: 'Hostile' behavior from Theranos' former COO, and 60,000 voided tests

Kate Munsch/Reuters Week 10 of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial has concluded. Jurors learned a federal regulator said Theranos' lab posed "immediate jeopardy to patient health." Here's everything that happened in the trial in its tenth week. Former lab director unaware of proprietary device Lynette Sawyer, Theranos' former lab co-director for roughly six months in 2014 and 2015, continued her testimony, saying she didn't know what Theranos' propriet...
Tags: US, Trends, Psa, Larry Ellison, Trial, Oracle, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Sawyer, Das, Centers for Medicare Medicaid Services, KTVU, Kate Munsch, Tech Insider


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 9 recap: The Kissinger connection, and a former lab co-director cites a 'lack of clarity'

Elizabeth Holmes. Nick Otto/AFP via Getty Images The ninth week of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial is now over. It included testimony about investments from Henry Kissinger, the DeVos family, and Walmart's heirs. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its ninth week. Theranos investor: "There was not a lot of transparency" Black Diamond Ventures founder and managing director Chris Lucas told the jury this week that he invested roughly $1.5 million in Th...
Tags: Defense, US, Trends, Walmart, Getty Images, New York Times, Trial, Pfizer, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Theranos, Lucas, Elizabeth Holmes, Afp, Holmes, Walton


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 7 recap: a $1 billion IPO plan, and a former staffer testifies he was told to change numbers to make test results seem normal

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and her partner Billy Evans leaves the Robert F. Peckham U.S. Courthouse after the delivery of opening arguments in her trial, in San Jose, California, U.S., September 8, 2021. Peter DaSilva/Reuters The seventh week of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial has come and gone. It featured revelations on plans for a $1 billion IPO and ways staff tried to skirt testing issues. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its seventh week. ...
Tags: Africa, Trends, Walgreens, New York Times, Trial, Christian, Pfizer, Defense Department, Wall Street Journal, Young, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Reuters, Weber, Daniel Young


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 6 recap: Trouble with Safeway and Walgreens deals, and how a dermatologist became the startup's lab director

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes leaves the Robert F. Peckham U.S. Courthouse with her mother Noel Holmes during her trial. Brittany Hosea-Small/Reuters The fraud trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has concluded its sixth week. It included testimony about Theranos' failed Walgreens and Safeway deals. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its sixth week. "I have never been more frustrated" Former Safeway CEO Steven Burd returned to the stand, testifying that his...
Tags: Trends, Walgreens, Trial, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Reuters, Holmes, Safeway, Dhawan, KTVU, Edlin, Miquelon, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson


Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 5 recap: A juror leaves over punishment beliefs, and former Safeway CEO Steven Burd describes an unusual deal

Jane Tyska/Digital First Media/The Mercury News via Getty Images The fraud trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has rounded out its fifth week. Former Safeway CEO Steven Burd testified, and another juror left in a troubling sign for Holmes. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its fifth week. Former lab director completes six days on the stand The trial resumed this week with the continued cross-examination of former Theranos lab director Adam Rosendorff. Lance Wade,...
Tags: Trends, Trial, Abc News, Journal, Valencia, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Wade, Holmes, Safeway, KTVU, PerkinElmer, DaVila, ABC News She, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson


Seeing is Believing But Should We Believe What We See?

Earlier this week I came across a fun article about how old art pieces appeared to show evidence of time travel and I thought about the work we do as lawyers. Let me explain. Take a look at this piece of art from the mid 1800s. Courtesy Wikipedia Commons From a distance, it looks like a girl looking at an iPhone! There’s that tell tale glow. But let’s blow it up even further. It’s an iPhone, right? Well, as the author of the post that originally talked about this noted, it is actually a pic...
Tags: Art, Law, Theory, Trial, Employment law, Evidence, Pareidolia, Litigation, Featured Content, Apophenia, Wikipedia Commons From


Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes merch is gaining popularity, making fun of the 'girlboss'

Elizabeth Holmes. CNBC/Getty Images Merchandise with the image or style choices of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is for sale on the internet. Fans of Holmes and those who like to poke fun at her are selling t-shirts, mugs, and other accessores referencing the "girlboss." Holmes is currently on trial for fraud for allegedly defrauding investors about her blood testing company, Theranos. See more stories on Insider's business page. Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes might be on trial ...
Tags: Amazon, Accessories, News, Etsy, Clothing, Trends, Followers, Fans, Retail, Silicon Valley, Merch, Trial, Merchandise, Wall Street Journal, Stanford University, Theranos


Here's everything you missed in Week 4 of Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos fraud trial

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes arrives at the Robert F. Peckham Federal Building with her defense team on August 31, 2021 in San Jose, California. Holmes is on trial after being indicted on multiple counts of fraud for misrepresenting her company's blood-testing technology. Ethan Swope/Getty Images The fraud trial of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has concluded its fourth week. Witnesses included Theranos' former lab director and an ex-contractor scientist. Here's everyth...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Trends, Normandy, New York Times, Trial, Times, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Robert, Daniel Young, Holmes, Celgene, San Jose California, Sung, Tech Insider


In leaked private notes, Elizabeth Holmes wrote about "becoming Steve Jobs" and having "nothing to hide" when Theranos' testing issues were exposed

Elizabeth Holmes speaks on stage during the closing session of the Clinton Global Initiative 2015 on September 29, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by JP Yim/Getty Images) JP Yim/Getty Elizabeth Holmes reportedly wrote personal notes about things like "becoming Steve Jobs." The message is one of many of the Theranos founder's notes to herself that CNBC obtained. Around the time Theranos' testing issues came to light, Holmes wrote, "Doesn't shake my confidence." See more stories on...
Tags: Steve Jobs, Trends, Trial, Department Of Justice, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Theranos, Clinton, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, New York City Photo, Walter Isaacson, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Balwani, John Carreyrou


Here's everything you missed in Week 3 of Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos fraud trial

Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos. Stephen Lam/Reuters The third week of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial has wrapped up. Witnesses included a patient who got false results, former Defense Secretary James Mattis, and more. Here's everything that happened in the trial in its third week. See more stories on Insider's business page. Defense cross-examines a former Theranos scientist Surekha Gangakhedkar, a former Theranos scientist who testified last week, retur...
Tags: Apple, Defense, Trends, Walgreens, Arizona, Trial, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Gould, Mattis, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, James Mattis




Here's everything you missed in Week 2 of Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos fraud trial

Elizabeth Holmes, founder and former CEO of blood testing and life sciences company Theranos, leaves the courthouse with her husband Billy Evans after the first day of her fraud trial in San Jose, California on September 8, 2021. Nick Otto/AFP/Getty Images The second week of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial has finished. It included revelations about finances, whistleblower testimony, and a setback for Ramesh Balwani. Here's everything that happened in the trial in it...
Tags: Washington Post, US, Trends, Walgreens, Npr, Trial, Wall Street Journal, Cnbc, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Holmes, Cheung, Centers for Medicare, Medicaid Services, George Shultz, San Jose California


Cardi B Pleads With Judge To Postpone Trial Over ‘Gangsta B***h’ Cover Art After Giving Birth

According to the documents, the mother of two doesn't believe she should be required to travel all the way from the East Coast to Southern California next month, saying she needs to be with her newborn.
Tags: News, Newsletter, Lawsuits, Jazz, Trial, East Coast, Southern California, Cardi B, Cardi, For Your Information, Album Cover


Here's everything you missed in Week 1 of Elizabeth Holmes' Theranos fraud trial

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and her partner Billy Evans leaves the Robert F. Peckham U.S. Courthouse after the delivery of opening arguments in her trial, in San Jose, California, U.S., September 8, 2021. Peter DaSilva/Reuters The first week of Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial is now complete. It included jury selection, opening statements, released text messages, and an unexpected delay. Here's everything that happened in the trial this past week. See more stor...
Tags: US, Trends, San Jose, Trial, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Reuters, Wade, Holmes, San Jose California, Leach, Williams Connolly, Yam, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, Billy Evans






Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial is now underway. Here are some of the big players listed as potential witnesses in the case.

Elizabeth Holmes' highly anticipated fraud trial is underway, with opening statements due today. The list of possible witnesses for the Theranos founder's trial includes more than 200 people. Among them are Rupert Murdoch, Henry Kissinger, James Mattis, Riley Bechtel, and Holmes herself. See more stories on Insider's business page. In its heyday, Theranos' network of investors, board members, and other affiliates was a who's who of federal government officials, billionaire ...
Tags: Cdc, Stanford, US, Trends, Features, Trial, Wall Street Journal, David Boies, Stanford University, Theranos, Elizabeth Holmes, Witnesses, State, Holmes, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Perry


Embattled Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is about to go on trial for fraud. Here's everything you need to know.

Former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, U.S., July 17, 2019. Reuters/Stephen Lam The fraud trial for Elizabeth Holmes, founder of blood-testing startup Theranos, begins Tuesday. Holmes and former COO Ramesh Balwani are accused of defrauding investors, doctors, and patients. If she's convicted, Holmes faces up to 20 years in prison, $2.75 million in fines, and restitution. See more stories on Insider's business page. Bl...
Tags: Microsoft, Law, Steve Jobs, Stanford, US, Trends, Walmart, Beijing, Healthcare, SEC, Silicon Valley, Fda, Trial, Department Of Justice, Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street Journal


Trialling New Zealand sweet peas

Sweet peas (l-r) 'Bix', 'Pink Nines' and ‘Enchanté’ Dr. Keith Hammett is the world’s leading sweet pea breeder. I’ve always been a big fan of his varieties, and he’s made so many important steps forward including integrating the most recently discovered species – the red and yellow Lathyrus belinensis - into his breeding work. This year I trialled seven of his varieties, some of which I’ve never grown before, and I was especially pleased with four of them. Just to be clear, seed was sown in...
Tags: Books, Gardening, UK, Featured, New Zealand, Trial, North America, Keith, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Graham Rice, Annuals and seasonal plants, Plant trials, Sweet Peas, Fothergill, Roger Parsons, Keith Hammett


An American father and son will serve prison time for helping ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn in his dramatic escape from Japan in a box

Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn faces charges of financial misconduct in Japan JOSEPH EID/AFP via Getty Images Two Americans will serve prison time for helping ex-Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn flee Japan in 2019. Michael and Peter Taylor admitted to assisting Ghosn's escape to Lebanon in a metal box. Ghosn was on bail and facing trial in Japan on charges of financial misconduct. See more stories on Insider's business page. A Japanese court sentenced an American father and son to ...
Tags: Transportation, Japan, News, Law, Washington Post, Massachusetts, US, Trends, Turkey, Bbc, Tokyo, Trial, Nissan, Beirut, Taylor, Lebanon


Elon Musk said his weird jokes, like naming himself 'Technoking,' get Tesla free press. 'I think I'm funny.'

Elon Musk arrived at the Chancery court in Delaware on Monday. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst Elon Musk appeared in court on Monday to defend Tesla's acquisition of SolarCity in 2016. Musk was questioned about his decision to name himself "Technoking" of Tesla. Musk replied it was a joke that gave Tesla free press. "I think I'm funny," he added. See more stories on Insider's business page. Elon Musk said in court on Monday that his sense of humor gave Tesla free press.Musk appeared in ...
Tags: Apple, Transportation, Elon Musk, News, Trends, Tesla, Bloomberg, Ap, Baron, Trial, Solarcity, Delaware, Musk, Reuters, Morty, Rick


Trialling English Roses Old and New

David Austin's English Rose James L. Austin (‘Auspike’) The year 2018 marked the 35th anniversary of my growing David Austin’s English Roses. They sent me trial samples of Mary Rose (‘Ausmary’) and Graham Thomas (‘Ausmas’) back in 1983 and I’ve been a fan ever since, first visiting the nursery in the mid 1980s to interview David for an article and to see the breeding set up. I’ve often featured them in my work. So I thought it would be good to mark the anniversary of the introduction of...
Tags: Gardening, Featured, David, Trial, Dame Judi Dench, Comparison, David Austin, Vanessa Bell, Mary Rose, David Austin Roses, Graham Rice, Shrubs, New plants, Graham Thomas, English Roses, Rose James L Austin


Physocarpus on trial

Physocarpus Midnight ('Jonight') I’m a big fan of Physocarpus, ninebark as they’re known in North America from the way the bark repeatedly rolls back off the maturing stems. Though why it isn’t eightbark or tenbark I really don’t know. These are hardy as rocks, deciduous shrubs grown for their colourful foliage, their clusters of white flowers, their autumn leaf colour and, to a lesser extent, their berries. The first to come to our attention in modern times were ‘Diablo’, with dark purple ...
Tags: Europe, Gardening, Featured, Dart, Wales, France, Pennsylvania, Trial, John, Norfolk, North America, Northamptonshire, Graham Rice, Shrubs, New plants, RHS Garden


Torrot Invests in Powersports Families with Electric Dirt Bikes for Kids

A French manufacturer has just launched the new lineup of off-road electric bikes for kids, and they’re the smartest gadgets I’ve seen today.  Founded in Vitoria by Don Luis Iriondo in 1948, Torrot started as a company by manufacturing sturdy touring and road bicycles. This lineup eventually expanded to more cc-hefty staples (such as the Mustang and TT) for the motorcycle world. By 2011, though, the company had switched to fully electric, with their goal being to create fun, logical, practica...
Tags: Motorcycles, Trial, Electrical, TT, Vitoria, Motocross, Motorcycle News, Dirt Bikes, EBR, Kids Bikes, Motorcycle Electrical Accessory Reviews, Bikes for kids, Electric Dirtbikes, Supermotard, Torrot, Powersports Families