Who is Elizabeth Holmes, who was called the next Steve Jobs

There are many introductions to Elizabeth Holmes.

At the age of just 19, she started the Theranos company and she became the world's youngest billionaire woman in a very short time.

She was being called the 'next Steve Jobs' at one point of time.

But today she has been found guilty of multi-billion dollar fraud.

A California court sentenced him to 11 years and 3 months in prison.

Elizabeth Holmes is the founder of America's 'Blood Testing Company' Theranos.

Holmes was found guilty of defrauding investors and lying about his technology after a 3-month trial in court for defrauding investors.

She promised to revolutionize blood testing in America and cheated in the name of it. For this reason, he completely closed the Theranos company in 2018.

The Wall Street Journal published an investigative report in October 2015. It was told that Theranos' technology is not completely accurate.

Holmes' sentence was to begin in April, but she is still roaming free.

She is repeatedly postponing her jail date. Now the court has ordered him to report by May 30. That's why they are being discussed today.

Born in a service class family in Washington DC, Elizabeth always wanted to be a billionaire. She was competitive since childhood.

At the age of just 9, she wrote a letter to her father that she wanted to discover something that no one would have thought was possible.

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