Bad Blood - Section 11, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

John Carreyrou
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Holmes’s attempts to publish data in support of her lingering claims end up in failure. Meanwhile, Tyler Shultz’s legal statements (in spite of the threatening presence of Balwani in the room while he is making them) figure prominently in the first of a series of lawsuits that eventually lead to the disintegration of Theranos, despite Holmes’s efforts to bring more investors on board. As well, various criminal investigations continue; “As of this writing,” Carreyrou comments, “criminal indictments of both Holmes and Balwani on charges of lying to investors and federal officials seem a distinct possibility” (296) .

Carreyrou then analyzes how Theranos took Silicone Valley’s culture of promising a lot fast and delivering late, if at all, to an extreme; how their security practices were also extreme; and how those practices were, ultimately, geared towards concealing the truth of what Theranos...

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