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
A California court ordered a trial over the public’s right to access a beach by crossing venture capitalist Vinod Khosla’s multimillion-dollar property.
I finally got the go-ahead early last week. Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla was willing to talk to me about why he's been fighting for six years to keep the public off its own beach near Half Moon Bay. I had plenty of questions. Khosla, a co-founder of technology giant Sun Microsystems...
In Surfrider’s three-years-and-running court battle against tech billionaire Vinod Khosla’s illegal closure of Martin’s Beach, the litigation has entered the appellate court phase with the briefing fully underway.
"Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth." -- Mike Tyson After a brief, memorable chat with Vinod Khosla last year at TechCrunch Disrupt, I was eager to see the legendary venture capitalist speak again this year at Startup Grind in Redwood City, California. Show More Summary
After years of litigation, Silicon Valley billionaire Vinod Khosla put a price on reopening a road on his property surfers used for decades: $30 million.
Startup founders put a lot of time and thought into who their cofounders will be, but they neglect to do the same when it comes to choosing their investors, argues renowned venture capitalist Vinod Khosla. "I find this question entrepreneurs...Show More Summary
Hey, Vinod Khosla could use a little spendin' money these days.
Vinod Khosla has stubbornly refused all demands and offers from the state for six years, believing, firmly it, that he should have the right to his own private beach. [ more › ]
The battle between Vinod Khosla, a founder of Sun Microsystems, and California’s State Lands Commission has fanned debate over public and private land use.
Vinod Khosla bought beachfront property and later closed access to the beach.
Ten years ago a visionary named Vinod Khosla gave a presentation called "Biofuels: Think Outside the Barrel." It seems to have disappeared from his Khosla Ventures website, but you can find an archived version. In that presentation Mr. Khosla outlined his vision for biofuels. read more
The California State Lands Commission has been tasked with negotiating and acquiring permanent access to Martin's Beach. The time period for negotiations between the Commission and property owner Vinod Khosla is coming to a close. Let State Lands know you support stepping up their efforts to acquire access.
Where do you see the next major "Silicon Valley" happening? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Vinod Khosla, Entrepreneur, investor and technologist. Show More Summary
The investor made a number of bold forecasts during the Post Seed venture capital conference in San Francisco Tuesday.
Here’s a question for you. What do Mukesh Ambani, John Arnold, Marc Benioff, Jeff Bezos, HRH Prince Alwaleed bin Tabal, Richard Branson, Ray Dalio, Aliko Dangote, John Doerr, Bill Gates, Reid Hoffman, Chris Hohn, Vinod Khosla, Jack Ma, Patrice Motsepe, Xavier Niel, Hasso Plattner, Julian Robertson, Neil Shen, Nat Simons, [...]
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. But in Khosla's estimation, the mainstream IT industry's been coasting ever since, he said on stage at the Structure conference in San Francisco. Show More Summary
Vinod Khosla has stepped down as a director of the San Francisco-based payments company Square as it prepares to go public. Media outlets Business Insider and Forbes reported on the news earlier today, citing an amended SEC statement. Read More
Vinod Khosla, the second largest shareholder of Square, has stepped down from the company's board as it prepares to go public, according to Monday's amended SEC filing. Khosla, who owns 17 percent of the company, had decided to leave...Show More Summary