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Elizabeth Holmes Was Different From Other Founders

She crossed a line others didn’t and future female founders may pay.

Elizabeth Holmes holding a pill promoting Theranos.
Source: Brittanica

Elizabeth Holmes was supposed to be the “next Steve Jobs.” She even wore the black turtlenecks. Yet there was one major difference in her rise to stardom compared to other startup dropouts.

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