SOURCE: Washington Post
Stories of Women's Comeuppance Expose Cruelty at Heart of Modern Society
by Sarah Horowitz
Like Anna Delvey and Elizabeth Holmes today, the 1909 trial of Marguerite Steinheil in Paris focused on an ambitious woman as a villain, but revealed a wider climate of impunity and self-dealing among elite men.
SOURCE: The Guardian
"Selling a Promise": What Did Silicon Valley Learn from Theranos?
Tech historian Margaret O'Mara offers insight on the culture of Silicon Valley and the safeguards against hype and fraud as Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes goes on trial.
Leadership and Mimicry: What Plutarch knew about Elizabeth Holmes
by Jeffrey Beneker
In business and in politics, philosophers and reporters tell us that no one can hide deficiencies in character forever.
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