Theranos CEO accused of defrauding investors

The blood-test company founder agreed to settle with state security regulators for half a million dollars.
0:51 | 03/15/18

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Easy sacrifice the woman once called the next Steve Jobs is now paying after being charged in a massive fraud Elizabeth Holmes is accused of defrauding investors in her blood testing start apparent us. By lying about the company's technology she's agreed to settle with regulators for half a million dollars. Lift this teaming up with Canadian auto parts supplier magna to develop self driving vehicles that get companies will share expenses on the project and as part of the deal Magnus says it will invest. 200 million dollars humans and YouTube's plan to use Wikipedia to fight conspiracy theory videos. Coming under fire critics say Wikipedia's entries can also be twisted. Also found all plan seems to have been a surprise Wikipedia says it had no idea YouTube was going to announce the plan. Planner movie does her onstage surprise are collaborating activities to make a Wikipedia entry thing. And that we tackle those are tech parts.

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