The psychology of deception: How Elizabeth Holmes fooled everyone about Theranos for so long
March 20, 2019 at 11:23 AM EDT
Theranos was once worth $9 billion and claimed its technology could accurately run hundreds of tests on a few drops of blood. Elizabeth Holmes, who founded the company had the trust of corporations like Walgreens, world leaders like Henry Kissinger and former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis. Then it all came crashing down. Documentary "The Intentor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley" looks at the psychology behind deception.