Why Elizabeth Holmes Was On Trial and Mark Zuckerberg Wasn’t

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Update: this story was primarily written before the Holmes verdict was delivered. What’s written below stands.

As of this writing, we have no idea how the Elizabeth Holmes trial will end. (Nor do we know just yet when it will end.)

I’m not qualified, nor interested, in forecasting the outcome of the trial. Instead, I want to ask a…

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Previously published in Fast Company, OneZero, IEEE Technology + Society. Founder @ Pivot For Humanity. Palestinian. Start with empathy, always.

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Previously published in Fast Company, OneZero, IEEE Technology + Society. Founder @ Pivot For Humanity. Palestinian. Start with empathy, always.

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