Elizabeth Holmes trial: Theranos cared more about PR and raising money than patients, former lab chief testifies
In this file photo, former Theranos founder and CEO Elizabeth Holmes arrives at the Robert F. Peckham U.S. Federal Court on June 28, 2019 in San Jose, CA.. - Justin Sullivan/Getty Images North America/TNS

When former Theranos laboratory director Adam Rosendorff joined the startup, he saw so much promise in the idea of using a small blood-sized sample from a simple finger stick that he thought the company could become “the next Apple,“ he testified Friday. But as the months wore on, he became concerned about Theranos’ technology and priorities. “I came to realize that the company really valued PR and fundraising over patient care,” he testified during the criminal trial of company founder Elizabeth Holmes in U.S. District Court in San Jose. His feelings about the company’s priorities were one of...