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A dermatologist-turned-lab-director who briefly oversaw Theranos’ testing lab will resume his testimony in the federal fraud trail against the company’s former CEO Elizabeth Holmes on Friday.
A busy day of testimony is expected Thursday in the federal fraud case against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.
The former Chief Financial Officer for Walgreens will testify Wednesday in the trial against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.
The fraud trial against Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes resumed Tuesday in San Jose with the former CEO of Safeway set to resume his testimony after a nearly week-long break in the proceedings.
Juror No. 4 said she was concerned she couldn't continue serving on the case because she's a Buddhist.
Testimony from Theranos’ former lab director was set to wrap up Wednesday before another witness was scheduled to take the stand in the federal fraud case against Elizabeth Holmes.
The former lab director for Theranos was set to take the witness stand under cross examination Tuesday as testimony from the crucial witness winds down.
The reporter who broke the story on Theranos may be banned from covering the trial against the company's former CEO Elizabeth Holmes.
Before Elizabeth Holmes' trial resumed Friday, Journalist John Carreyrou filed a motion in federal court seeking to lift a judge’s gag order against him.
Theranos’ former lab director is back on the witness stand for the third day Wednesday in the federal fraud case against former CEO Elizabeth Holmes.