Khosla & the Nanotechnology Bubble

Vinod Khosla of venture firm KPCB has called Nanosys a “fraud” in a recent presentation (the company has no revenues, and won’t have revenues for the foreseeable future). Khosla has also said that the nanotech company shouldn’t go public. Some people are taking offense at Vinod’s frank talk:

“It’s one thing to question whether they should go public now, it’s a whole other question to declare fraud,” says Jim Hurd, of the Nanoscience Exchange.

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