Damning day in Elizabeth Holmes trial: Pfizer did not OK Theranos’ use of its logo, witness testifies

In a damning morning of testimony Friday, jurors in Elizabeth Holmes’ criminal fraud trial heard that Theranos used the Pfizer logo and claimed the pharmaceutical giant had validated its technology in 2010, while a former Pfizer scientist testified that he had dismissed the blood-testing technology two years earlier and knew of no one at Pfizer who approved the logo’s use.

Scientist Shane Weber had been tasked with a final review for Pfizer to determine if the company would work with Theranos, he testified in U.S. District Court in San Jose. The project included a conference call with Holmes and other Theranos representatives in which she did all the talking, Weber

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