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Silicon Valley Billionaire Ordered to Reopen California Beach

Vinod Kholsa, one of the founders of Sun Microsystems, and a Silicon Valley billionaire, just lost in court again. Kholsa isn't losing in court on anything tech related, but rather, he is losing his private beach. The California Court of Appeal denied Kholsa's appeal and ordered the beach-restricting-billionaire to......
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