The science of trust

Companies believed in Jay Udani’s science, but should they have believed in Jay Udani?

On Jay Udani’s desk, in his Southern California rental, sits what is for him a symbol of all that he has accomplished. In a Santa Barbara bankruptcy attorney’s office, probably in a file cabinet, maybe on a hard drive, lies much of the story of his undoing.

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