John Carreyrou revisits the Theranos story in his new book: BAD BLOOD: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup
SEC charges Theranos CEO with 'massive fraud'
Vanity Fair: How Elizabeth Holmes's House of Cards came Tumbling Down
An investigation by The Wall Street Journal raises questions about whether the company’s technology actually works.
The Food and Drug Administration approves Theranos’s test to detect if someone has been infected by herpes simplex virus 1.
Theranos announces a partnership with Walgreens to allow consumers to test their blood at the pharmacy’s stores.
Theranos adds Richard M. Kovacevich, the former chief executive of Wells Fargo, and Gen. James Mattis, a retired top military commander, to its board.
Theranos is valued at $197 million. Holmes hires Sunny Balwani as president and chief operating officer.
Holmes drops out of Stanford. By the end of the year, she will have raised $6.9 million for Theranos, giving the company a $30 million valuation
Stanford University student Elizabeth Holmes founds Theranos at age 19