Its troubles range from criminal investigations by the feds to lawsuits by consumers and investors. So, if you had invested in it in its better days you probably don't want that known now. Well, buddy, you're out of luck.
Recently Theranos emailed a group letter to investors. Somehow whoever was in charge of that transmittal failed to use the BCC function. BCC indicates Blind Carbon Copy. That ensures that no one receiving the email is aware of anyone else's name who is also a recipient.
Well, without the BCC, every recipient knows the identity of all the other recipients. Those range from members of the Walton family who have big stakes in Walmart to Patriots owner Robert Kraft. Here is the coverage from Vanity Fair.
Of course, with this violation of their privacy they must be furious. That adds to Theranos' many woes.
The question on lots of minds these days is: Will Theranos file for bankruptcy to gain relief from the litigation?
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