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Bad Blood, by John Carreyrou
Wow, wow, wow. This was a whirlwind of a story. Written by a journalist at the Wall Street Journal, Bad Blood tells the story of startup Theranos, from its promising beginnings to well-publicized downfall (encouraged by the author himself). At the heart of the company and the story was a wunderkind, Elizabeth Holmes. She was an Icarus of sorts, with a meteoric rise in a notoriously difficult field (healthtech) whose choices and practices drove both the rise and fall of Theranos. Carreyrou's reporting is particularly interesting as it is deeply personal. As he begins his investigation as part of a series of articles he will publish in the WSJ, Carreyrou becomes personally intertwined with the company's leadership and its whistleblowers. To a certain extent, this feels a little like a modern day Barbarians at the Gate. I think this book is so thought-provoking and applicable across so many fields. A definite consideration for book clubs, especially given that this is just one perspective of the situation (Holmes does not comment).
Have you read this? What did you think?