ScreenShot2017-01-18at8.10.15PM1

ISSUE – Jan. 19 | Tim Draper keeps defending Theranos

Theranos has become compagnia non grata in Silicon Valley, a troubled reminder that not even multi-billion dollar valuations can save a startup from its own short-cuts. But it still has at least one vocal defender: Venture capitalist Tim Draper, an old family friend of Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes, who led an early $1 million investment into the company (split between two investment firms). In short, he believes the attacks on Theranos are “a witch hunt.” Draper recently spoke to Axios about why he believes Holmes, not his fellow investors or the company’s users, are the real victims. [ Axios Interview ]
Related Story : THERANOS INVESTOR CLAIMS THERE’S A CONSPIRACY TO TAKE DOWN ELIZABETH HOLMES
Here’s What We Learned From a Confidential Theranos Pitch Deck

read_2

 

 

ad