Erin Griffith, The New York Times

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Past articles by Erin:

Bitcoin Plummets Below $20,000 for First Time Since November 2020

Its fall was accelerated in recent weeks by the collapse of two major cryptocurrency projects while sowing doubts about the stability of the overall cryptocurrency market. → Read More

The Tech Bubble That Never Burst

For a decade, warnings about a tech bubble have only led to more money flooding into high-growth start-ups. Could this one be it? → Read More

California Law Requiring Board Diversity Is Struck Down

In a blow to the state’s efforts to deal with disparities in the workplace, a judge found the law unconstitutional. It’s unclear whether the state will appeal the ruling. → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes Found Guilty of Four Charges of Fraud: Live Updates

Elizabeth Holmes, center, entering the courthouse in San Jose, Calif. on Monday.Credit...Jim Wilson/The New York Times SAN JOSE, Calif. — Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the failed blood testing start-up Theranos, was found guilty of four of 11 charges of fraud on Monday, in a case that came to symbolize the pitfalls of Silicon Valley’s culture of hustle, hype and greed. Ms. Holmes was the most… → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes' Defense Rests Their Case in Fraud Trial

Lawyers must now agree on a set of jury instructions before closing arguments begin on Dec. 16. → Read More

Elizabeth Holmes Concludes Day 2 of Her Testimony

Ms. Holmes, the founder of the blood testing start-up Theranos, suggested that she could not have intended to deceive investors because she believed the technology worked. → Read More

Lifestyles of the Rich and Gullible: Theranos and Ozy Edition

Average investors were not able to get in on the last decade’s start-up boom in private markets. Once that seemed unfair. Now it looks lucky. → Read More

James Mattis, who sat on Theranos board, ‘didn’t know what to believe,’ he says in Elizabeth Holmes trial.

Mr. Mattis, the former defense secretary, testified that Ms. Holmes had not been forthcoming with the board about her start-up’s problems. → Read More

Theranos Whistle-Blower Erika Cheung Concludes Her Testimony in Elizabeth Holmes Trial

Erika Cheung, who raised issues about how the company conducted its blood tests, spent three days on the stand in the trial of Elizabeth Holmes. → Read More

Theranos whistle-blower testifies she was alarmed by company’s blood tests.

Erika Cheung worked as a lab assistant at Theranos for six months in 2013 and 2014 before reporting lab testing problems to federal agents. → Read More

Pinterest Accused of Not Paying Female ‘Co-Creator’

In a lawsuit, a woman who said she had helped create Pinterest claimed the founders had agreed to compensate her but never did. → Read More

Opening statements begin in the trial of Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes.

A jury will decide whether Ms. Holmes, who founded Theranos in 2003 and hawked a mission of revolutionizing health care, lied to investors about her company’s technology. → Read More

If You Never Met Your Co-Workers in Person, Did You Even Work There?

As the pandemic drags on, more people are beginning and leaving new jobs without once seeing their colleagues face-to-face, leading to an easy-come, easy-go attitude toward workplaces. → Read More

A Jury for the Elizabeth Holmes Trial Has Been Selected

For two days, a judge, federal prosecutors and defense lawyers questioned roughly 100 potential jurors before whittling the list down to 12 jurors and five alternates. → Read More

They Still Live in the Shadow of Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes

Female entrepreneurs said they were constantly compared to Ms. Holmes, the disgraced founder of Theranos, who faces trial soon. → Read More

Robinhood’s revenue more than doubled even as it lost money last quarter.

Robinhood lost $502 million, compared with a profit of $58 million a year prior. → Read More

Coinbase rides cryptomania to a $1.6 billion quarterly profit.

Coinbase has shown that a large, profitable and legal business can be built to service the growing groups of people who want to use the digital currencies. → Read More

How the World Learns About Bosses Behaving Badly

One firm is guiding employees through the process of going public with stories that companies go to great lengths to keep private. → Read More

In Antitrust Trial, Tim Cook Argues Apple Doesn’t Hurt App Makers

The chief executive of Apple, which was sued by the gaming company Epic, said his company had invested heavily on security and had lowered some fees in its App Store. → Read More

Judge presses Epic on the impact of its antitrust suit against Apple.

She asked whether the chief executive understood the economics of apps for food, maps, dating and other nongame uses. “I personally do not,” he replied. → Read More