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Theranos says it has been mischaracterized in allegations the company faked tests

Theranos secretly bought lab equipment through a husk firm, bullshitted testing and inappropriately pumped up the financial services outlook to investors, according to allegations in recently unsealed courtroom papers, first reported by the including some of founder Elizabeth Holmes sharesif they predicted not to sue. PFM and two other investors now respond Theranos has been pressuring them to lower the clothing, recommending they should accept more equity or the company…

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West Ham frustrate Evertons hopes of a top-four finish in incident-free draw

Slaven Bilics much-changed West Ham side held Everton to a 0-0 draw at home to quash the Merseyside teams hopes of a place in the Champions League A match almost entirely lacking in incident stymied Evertons chances of catching the Premier League elite and proved Slaven Bilic is capable of some sly expectations management, as his scratch WestHam United team comfortably held Ronald Koemans side in their first goalless draw…

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5 ways inclusive marketing can benefit your business feat. Nigel Barker

Inclusive marketing is a technique that consumers may not be able to pinpoint, but for many businesses, it’s the secret ingredient behind creating ads that set out to empower people and create confidence amongst consumers. SEE ALSO: Pepsi pulls cringeworthy Kendall Jenner ad after massive backlash Inclusive marketing is marketing that doesn’t specifically target one demographic nor does it rely on the traditional stereotypes we set up amongst ourselves and…

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25 ways to save $250 a month that everyone is messing up

Image: Faberr Ink/shutterstock When it comes to saving money, not every way is the right way. A lot of it depends on your lifestyle and the goals that youve established. At the same time, there are plenty of mistakes we typically make when it comes to saving like the 25 ways listed below. 1. Not monitoring your budget When it comes to saving some cash each month, nothing beats a…

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Samsungs Galaxy S8 is now on sale in the U.S., Canada and Korea with more launches to come

If youve been holding out patiently for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, Samsungs newest flagship devices, then your wait may soon be over after the phones went on sale in an initial four markets. Samsung is starting sales in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico and Korea today (Friday), with expansions to other countries coming in the weeks ahead, TechCrunchs Brian Heater described the devices as yet further evidence that…

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A Midas List VC on the problem with the Midas List

Earlier this week, Forbes produced its annual Artis Ventures was on the inventory very fardown, behind the many VCs whose figures are instant recognizable to founders, like Chris Sacca and Peter Fenton and Mary Meeker. The way Peterson tells it, thats the channel he likes it. Theres a rationale he didnt introduced his specify on the door 17 years ago when he left the hedge fund Cypress Funds in L.A….

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Analyzing the spectrum of corporate innovation from R&D to VC

Scott Lenet is President of Touchdown Ventures. More posts by this contributor: “Darth Ventures” and the efficacy of Sith management techniques Innovation is a hot topic, and it can be confusing for large corporations. With terms like acceleratorand A useful framework for understanding corporate innovation distinguishes what innovation assets are controlled by the corporation from what belongs to others. inside or For the record, R&D: Inside-Inside Research and development has been…

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MasterCard trials biometric bankcard with embedded fingerprint reader

MasterCard is Chip and PIN bankcard that includesan embedded fingerprint reader, introducingabiometric authentication layerfor card payments and taking a leaf out of the book ofApple Payet al in the process. The thinking here being: why pay by enteringa four-digit PIN when you can stick your thumb on it? So far the biometric card has been trialled at two locations in South Africa, with additional trials planned over the next few…

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