A jury in the United States convicted Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes guilty of misleading investors in the blood testing business on four of 11 charges on Monday.
Holmes was found guilty of investor fraud and conspiracy, but was found not guilty of three charges of cheating patients who paid for Theranos testing, as well as a related conspiracy allegation. On three charges involving additional, individual investors, the jury was unable to reach a conclusion.
After the decision was read, Holmes, dressed in a gray suit, seemed poised. A date for sentencing was not scheduled right away.