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What the unravelling of a once Silicon superstar tells us about the world of start-ups and high-level investors.
Elizabeth Holmes was once feted as the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire who promised that her blood testing start-up would transform the future of healthcare.
But now, she is awaiting sentencing after being found guilty of four counts of fraud.
Holmes, who managed to dupe some of the world’s richest and most powerful businessmen, now faces decades in prison.
Today, our economics correspondent Helia Ebrahimi discusses the unravelling of a once Silicon superstar, and what the tale tells us about the world of start-ups and high-level investors.
Sources: Sky News, HBO, Bill Clinton Initiative, CNBC, CNN, CBS, entrepreneurship.org
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