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Lawyers say Elizabeth Holmes’s failure to make Theranos a viable business was not a crime
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A court heard opening arguments in the case against the founder of the failed blood-testing technology start-up Theranos, Janet Yellen has warned that the US Treasury could run out of cash next month, and PayPal has acquired the Tokyo-based buy now, pay later company, Paidy. Plus, the FT’s environment and clean energy correspondent, Leslie Hook, explains how the world’s largest CO2 direct capture plant works.
‘Failure is not a crime,’ Theranos founder’s lawyers tell jury
Janet Yellen warns US Treasury risks running out of cash in October
PayPal to acquire buy now, pay later provider Paidy for $2.7bn
World’s biggest ‘direct air capture’ plant starts pulling in CO2
EY will invest $2bn to improve audits after series of scandals
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