4 edition of Bad Blood found in the catalog.
March 21, 2008
by Brilliance Audio on MP3-CD Lib Ed
Written in English
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Apr 12, · As with much of the flood of bad news for Theranos, word of the layoffs came from John Carreyrou, the investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal who was the first to break the story of the Author: Rebecca Robbins. The story is a globe-trotting, international, medical mystery with distinct and deep characters and several plot twists and dark secrets. It also covers themes of corporate greed, access to healthcare and pharmaceuticals, and religious tolerance.
May 21, · Titled after the eleventh best song on , John Carreyrou’s Bad Blood is a scrupulously reported book about Silicon Valley hubris. You might recall Carreyrou’s reporting last . Bad Blood. Biography, Drama. Entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes creates a bio-tech company that skyrockets her to fame with an estimated value in the billions. When federal agencies begin investigating the company, her integrity is called into doubt. Books to Read If You’re Obsessed With the Elizabeth Holmes Documentary 27 March Actors: Jennifer Lawrence, Mike Gassaway.
Jun 23, · Elizabeth Holmes, founder of the supposedly revolutionary blood-testing company Theranos, has been indicted for wire fraud and conspiracy. Carreyrou tells the story in his new book Bad Blood. Jul 05, · Bad Blood is a difficult book to put down because you need to keep reading to see just how far Elizabeth Holmes could take this act. I give the woman credit. In spite of all her deceit and lies, she possesses some kind of hypnotic genius.
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May 21, · An Amazon Best Book of May In Bad Blood, the Wall Street Journal’s John Carreyrou takes us through the step-by-step history of Theranos, a Silicon Valley startup that became almost mythical, in no small part due to its young, charismatic founder Elizabeth Holmes.
In fact, Theranos was mythical for a different reason, because the technological promise it was founded /5(K). Bad Blood is a straightforward read about the rise and fall of Theranos, done in chronological order in third-person up until Carreyrou becomes personally involved, at which point things accelerate to the SEC civil settlement.
Carreyrou doesn't end too strongly but says that Bad Blood book criminal investigation may well end up charging Holmes & Sunny/5(13K). Jan 28, · Bad Blood was named the Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year.
Carreyrou lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and three children. Carreyrou lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and three children/5(34). Jun 12, · “Bad Blood” was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize and was one of the “N.Y. Times” 12 best books of the year.
Read more Read less See the Best Books of /5(49). May 21, · Bad Blood was named Bad Blood book Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year. Carreyrou lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and three children. Carreyrou lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and three children/5(K).
Apr 23, · Any aspiring mystery and thriller writer would do well to study John Sandford's Virgil Flowers novels. The ten books Sandford has written to date (as of March ) display several of the characteristics that make them all candidates for the bestseller lists.
Bad Blood, the fourth novel in the series, shows them all/5(). Jan 28, · “Bad Blood is the real be-all end-all of Theranos information. Bad Blood is wild, and more happens on one page than in many other entire books.” —Margaret Lyons, The New York Times. “You will not want to put this riveting, masterfully reported book down.
May 21, · In “Bad Blood,” John Carreyrou tells of the rise and incredible fall of Theranos, the biotech company that was going to revolutionize blood testing. Sections SEARCHAuthor: Roger Lowenstein.
The book includes a lot of quotes from primary sources and individuals directly involved in the study-- which is great. "Bad Blood" was initially published about 10 years after the AP brought the study to light, so it is a little light on discussing the ramifications of the study.4/5.
Immunoassay: A Medical Diagnostic Test. As reported in John Carreyrou's book Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup, Elizabeth Holmes's company Theranos produced a device that it claimed could run a medical diagnostic test called an immunoassay on a very small amount of blood.
An assay is a procedure for measuring the amount of. Bad Blood was such a painful but also satisfying conclusion to the best Crimi Young Adult series I've ever read. When it comes to the investigation and plot, the third book will still be my favourite, but overall this one comes very, very close/5.
Bad Blood tackles some serious ethical questions, but it is ultimately a thriller with a tragic ending. It’s a fun read full of bizarre details that will make you gasp out loud. It’s a fun read full of bizarre details that will make you gasp out loud.
Bad Blood (Virgil Flowers, Book #4) was full of ups-downs and twists-turns. Virgil's assignment turned out to be exceptionally tough. Very upsetting to learn children were being sexually exploited and abused from very young ages as a common practice within the town church (often by family members) and unfortunately, this is a devasting part of our real-life world/5.
Bad Blood by James H. Jones - From toC. Vann Woodward Author of The Strange Career of Jim Crow Bad Blood is an important book, an authentic and appalling study of how the educated deliberately deceived and betrayed the uneducated in Released on: December 05, Bad Blood, book review: The rise and fall of Theranos Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou tells the astounding story of the Silicon Valley startup that dazzled investors, but whose.
A deep investigative report on the sensationalistic downfall of multibillion-dollar Silicon Valley biotech startup Theranos. Basing his findings on hundreds of interviews with people inside and outside the company, two-time Pulitzer Prize–winning Wall Street Journal reporter Carreyrou rigorously examines the seamy details behind the demise of Theranos and its creator, Elizabeth Holmes.
Bad Blood Summary & Study Guide John Carreyrou This Study Guide consists of approximately 69 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of Bad Blood.
Readers’ questions about Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup. 16 questions answered. Even when/if she writes her own book, I doubt it will give any valuable insight, just more spin. Nothing short of an independent psychiatric eval will. Bad Blood is my favorite non-fiction book of the past decade.
It’s so good that it almost seems like fiction – a John Grisham thriller, maybe. It takes the best parts of history’s most famous downfall stories and injects even more intrigue by adding the one element those stories lacked: human life.
Jun 06, · Elizabeth Holmes was its paranoid, money-fixated mastermind who was enabled by media that were enchanted with the crowd-pleasing and unfortunately rare story of a young, female Silicon Valley founder.
Holmes didn’t care a bit that patients were endangered by the company’s entirely inaccurate blood testing system.
May 21, · LibraryThing Review User Review - TheAmpersand - LibraryThing. Not a bad book, but not what I was expecting, either. "Bad Blood" is a fairly straightforward journalistic account of the Theranos scandal.4/5(44).May 21, · APPLE BOOKS REVIEW.
Wall Street Journal writer John Carreyrou's industrious reporting fueled the catastrophic implosion of Theranos, the biotech company founded by celebrated wunderkind Elizabeth Holmes. Her Silicon Valley startup went from a $10 billion valuation to multiple fraud investigations—and Bad Blood lays out the book-cooking, truth-massaging, and straight-up /5(K).Bad Blood absolutely blew my mind.
I had no idea what the was going on with Holmes and Theranos. This book, written by Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou, gives you the play-by-play of how the Stanford drop-out built a NINE BILLION DOLLAR company and became one of the youngest BILLIONAIRES ($B at her peak) ever without ever really.