The Epic Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes

From a New York Times story by David Streitfeld headlined “The Epic Rise and Fall of Elizabeth Holmes”:

Near the end of Elizabeth Holmes’s criminal trial, her lawyers submitted into evidence her punishing self-improvement plan.

“4 a.m. Rise and thank God,” the handwritten memo began. Exercise, meditation, prayer, breakfast followed. By 6:45 a.m., a time when slackers were still fumbling for the alarm clock, she was at the office of Theranos, the blood-testing company she founded in 2003.