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Glowing Elizabeth Holmes Profile in New York Times Draws Fury: They ‘Got Conned Just Like Her Board’
a glowing profile of Elizabeth Holmes, which painted the Theranos founder, who was found guilty of defrauding investors out of more than $100 million, as a “devoted mother” who volunteered for a rape crisis hotline.The profile, written by former writer at large Amy Chozick, opens with a flowery description of Holmes as “blend[ing] in with the other moms” at the San Diego Zoo as she cares for a newborn strapped to her chest and “swathed in a Baby Yoda nursing blanket,” as Chozick noted that Holmes has ditched her black turtlenecks for a new maternal persona.As people reacted to the profile, which documented several ocean-side meetings between Holmes and Chozick, many Twitter users were taken aback that the author was clearly charmed by Holmes, whose company’s historic downfall was portrayed in “The Dropout.”Former CNN host Soledad O’Brien remarked, “nice to be a pretty white lady working your charm on a NYT reporter.”“My Friend Bernie Madoff: Cold-Blooded Crook Who Defrauded 37,000 People or Affable Schnorrer Who Made Mistakes?” writer Joyce Carol Oates added while another user commented that Chozick “spent a lot of time with Elizabeth Holmes and got conned just like her board, her investors, her employees.”“For every glowing puff piece you see trying to rehabilitate Elizabeth Holmes’s image, I want you to remember something,” another user wrote.
Sleep Token debut emotional new single ‘DYWTYLM’
Sleep Token have released a characteristically emotional new single, ‘DYWTYLM’ – check it out below.The track, whose title evidently stands for ‘Do You Wish That You Loved Me?’, is the sixth single from the mysterious masked collective’s upcoming sixth album ‘Take Me Back To Eden’, following ‘Chokehold’, ‘The Summoning’, ‘Granite’, ‘Aqua Regia’ and ‘Vore’.The song represents a hairpin turn for the band sonically, leaning much further into pop than any of the tracks from ‘Take Me Back To Eden’ so far. The album is due for release on May 19.Check out ‘DYWTYLM’ below:As per press release, ‘Take Me Back To Eden’ is promised to be “an hour-plus of music across 12 distinctive tracks”, serving as the third instalment of a trilogy comprised by their other two albums, 2019’s ‘Sundowning’ and 2021’s ‘This Place Will Become Your Tomb’.The anonymous band have also just announced their debut headline run of shows in the US, all of which sold out in a matter of days.