"I always thought we'd do it with Theranos gear," Mattis said. Retired general and former Defense Secretary James Mattis took a stand at Elizabeth Holmes' trial yesterday, showing how his faith in the company declined when The Wall Street Journal revealed that Tranos was testing third-party equipment.
At the time, Mattis was in charge of US Central Command, covering the Middle East and Central Asia, and felt Theranos would be ideal in places without doctors, such as ships or remote battlefields. "I didn't want to miss an opportunity," he says. "From day one, I wanted to do a comparative study on Theranos so we could put it online." He was putting pressure on the army at the time. Upon joining, he invested $85,000 in the company to "play the game," adding that the amount is significant for someone who has served in the government. (When Holmes' attorneys questioned, he called his board salary $50,000 instead of $150,000 as shown in the Theranos documents—much more than his initial capital. Finally, the Theranos was never approved. The company announced that if he knew the truth— That Tranos was using third-party equipment in all but a dozen auditions—it would have been “much dampening my enthusiasm.”
“I thought all along 'we're doing this with Theranos' equipment.” I thought it was more than a handful of tests or they were uninformed. feasible for us [the military],” Mattis said during questioning by the defense. During his time on the board, Mattis said it was clear that 'Mrs. Holmes was in charge.' Finance M. Mattis said board meetings were absent from Pelwani. Former President Trump appointed Mattis as Secretary of Defense in 2016 when he resigned from the board of directors Business partner and friend Ramesh "Sunny" Palvani in a series of texts that read as propaganda speech before the game CNBC received letters and hundreds of other messages, though no disclosures were made. Source.
"My new life Forever tonight and more forever: - Complete confidence in myself Entrepreneur of the Year - Focus - Superiority on details - Don't deliver what other people think - Employees in meetings with and making up stories (eg, Holmes told Fanny in November 2014)
After waiting ten minutes for an answer, Holmes asked Palvani, "Didn't you answer?" Then he replied, "Great. You. Listen and pay attention..."
Later that month, Holmes Balfani updated his investment forecast, saying that he "recently made contact with Walmart family Alice Walton and another man. It's called “finished.” Greg, who pledged to invest $50.100 million in the company, also said, “Rupert over 100,” referring to Rupert Murdoch, who has raised $125 million. Dollars are invested.
“You can Waiting to find out more about talking to Robert,” they told a message about their upcoming trip to Las Vegas, which took some time Tranus just so happened to have lost his lab manager and was under more pressure to give birth. “The trip to Vegas is very distracting,” said Blooney. Bad time."
Though the messages don't reveal details about reservations or fees, Holmes' brother, Kristen, told him about possible options. He offers a k-suite Tangerine Peak from the $3,400 bar, a $15,000 presidential suite, or a smaller golf course suite. worth $700.”
Mattis told the court that Elizabeth Holmes was responsible for Theranos.
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