Elizabeth Holmes Deserves Prison, but Her Indictment Won’t Make Silicon Valley Any Less Reckless

The charges could send her to prison for as long as 20 years; given the sums of money involved, and the utter lack of remorse that she has shown as her company has imploded in scandal, there’s every reason to expect that if she’s found guilty, her sentence will be at the upper end of that range.

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1 Response to Elizabeth Holmes Deserves Prison, but Her Indictment Won’t Make Silicon Valley Any Less Reckless

  1. Peter Varhol says:

    I just finished Dan Lyons’ Disrupted!, about his time at HubSpot. Most of the reviews talk about how funny the book is. The problem is that it’s not funny. Lyons uses an informal, conversational tone, but everything is horribly true. People outside of tech just don’t realize this is happening in the office building right next door. I could tell still more stories.

    I have worked in tech for about 30 years, and after reading Disrupted!, I realize I am done. My next job will be anywhere but tech (yes, and I am currently looking).

    Speaking of which. Felix, please write a book. I will buy it (there’s one sale!). You know too much not to do so. Our POVs are very different, but I respect your curiosity.

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