Case study: Lessons learned from Theranos’ corporate culture

By Jessie Ying

Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos (Credit: Vanity Fair)

Theranos, the infamous biotech startup, has been the topic of many conversations in media. The firm which was once valued at $9 billion was exposed to have lied repeatedly about the ability of its device to run blood tests using a tiny amount of blood from one’s fingertips. After the exposure came out, the company was shut down and…