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A Silicon Valley billionaire has lost a legal battle over access to a California beach. A California appeals court ruled earlier this week that Vinod Khosla must open gates providing access to Martins Beach, which is an hour south of...Show More Summary
Sun Microsystems co-founder Vinod Khosla must open access to a public beach that he'd closed for private use, says a California court. From The Guardian: Khosla’s refusal to restore access has made him something of a symbol of the immense...Show More Summary
For 5 years, we've been tracking the tribulations of billionaire Silicon Valley VC Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of Sun Microsystems who, in 2010, bought land adjacent to a public beach in Half-Moon Bay, south of San Francisco, and then fenced off the beach and hired private security guards to chase swimmers and sunbathers off the public land. (more…)
While much of the conversation around AI and jobs is focused on widespread job losses in sectors like trucking, venture capitalist and Sun Microsystems cofounder Vinod Khosla thinks that there’s a high-paying job on the chopping block: oncology. “I can’t imagine why a human oncologist would add value, given the amount of data in oncology,” […]
Vinod Khosla, the billionaire Sun Microsystems founder and venture capitalist, is today leading a $24.5 million financing of a whimsically named diagnostic company, Two Pore Guys, that he says could fulfill a long-held goal: making the blood test business more like the software industry.
FEATURE: Vinod Khosla did not show up at TechCrunch Disrupt to be harangued by some smartass, know-nothing journalist. The venture capitalist came to talk about disruption and revolutions to an audience of 1,000 potential disrupters and revolutionaries, laptop glow illuminating their faces in a San Francisco warehouse. But of course the journalist had to bring up […]
Gates creates new billion-dollar Breakthrough Energy fund with Jack Ma, John Doerr, and Vinod Khosla.
Ex-Microsoft CEO Bill Gates has been joined by names like Jeff Bezos, Jack Ma, Richard Branson, Vinod Khosla, John Doerr and over a dozen other high-profile investors in creating a new venture capital firm called Breakthrough Energy Ventures, which has pledged to invest at least $1 billion into cleantech startups over the next 20 years. Show More Summary
Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Vinod Khosla, Jack Ma, John Doerr and 15 other high-profile investors have formed a new venture firm, Breakthrough Energy Ventures, that will pour at least $1 billion into cleantech companies over the next 20 years. Show More Summary
The California State Lands Commission decided Tuesday to explore condemnation proceedings as a way to gain public access to Martin’s Beach, where landowner and Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla has restricted entry. If the panel decides to proceed, it will be the first time in the commission’s...
SILICON VALLEY — Venture capitalist and Sun Microsystems cofounder Vinod Khosla this week fired a warning shot toward the IT industry: The robots are coming for your jobs. Speaking at a technology conference in San Francisco, KhoslaShow More Summary
Billionaire Vinod Khosla is a true Silicon Valley legend, with career highlights including the founding of Sun Microsystems, a long stint at venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, and now, one of the most sought-after investors in tech...Show More Summary
Vinod Khosla, former Sun Microsystems founder and the billionaire founder of famed Silicon Valley venture firm Khosla Ventures, was instrumental in the rise of what we now think of as the computer server. Now, he thinks that artificial...Show More Summary
Ocean lovers have long been drawn to the tranquility of Martin’s Beach, a sweeping crescent of sand just south of Half Moon Bay. But a tsunami of litigation began building soon after billionaire Vinod Khosla, a co-founder of the pioneering tech company Sun Microsystems, bought the secluded property...
Vinod Khosla says state panels have unfairly singled him out, 'harassed' him.
Billionaire Vinod Khosla Complains of "Disfavored Treatment", Files Suit in an attempt to continue to keep Martin's Beach closed off from the public.
BY LEONARD KISH “The system only changes if we empower the one person who cares about their health the most – the patient. Over the next decade, I believe people will become the CEOs of their own health.” Vinod Khosla Self care is the future for the simple reason that nobody wants to be a
It looks like powerhouse venture capitalist Vinod Khosla has fallen victim to the hacking pranksters known as OurMine. This is a group that has been embarrassing the tech elite by hacking into their social media accounts and postingShow More Summary
This article first appeared as an op-ed in my column in the Indian Express. "Macbeth does not make my priority list," admitted Sun Microsystems founder and Silicon Valley eminence grise, Vinod Khosla, in a recent takedown of the liberal arts and humanities. Show More Summary