The Holmes of Crisis: Magnifying Theranos’ Demise

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When corporations are in times of crisis, famed Public Relations Executive, Leonard Saffir once said, “In crisis management, be quick with the facts and slow with the blame.” Unfortunately for Theranos, that was not the case.

The disgraced blood diagnostic company was always shrouded in secrecy and was never transparent about how their products worked, which ultimately led to its demise. Their strategy was to be not be transparent about their products and fabricate lies to shareholders, in order to invest in their start-up.

Through the lens of crisis communication management, Theranos has failed to mitigate its crisis.

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Tinder Fatigue: An Illusion of Abundance.

A look into dating through the eyes of a jaded yet hopeful 25 year old with limited experience.

Dating is a probability game. A game that involves shedding your socially acceptable fa├žade and opening up your heart to a person and asking that them to love you with warts and all. However, in the modern era of digital inter-webs, there is an abundance of potential mates waiting for you at your fingertips through apps such as Bumble, Tinder, Coffee Meets Bagels and Hinge. All at your disposal.

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