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June 21st, 2004

Khosla Apologizes To Nanosys About Published Remarks

Abstract:
Following Private Equity Week's publication of controversial remarks Vinod Khosla made about the pending IPO of nanotech company Nanosys, Khosla has issued a "clarification" and an apology. "There is one very important clarification to your recent article - all of the concerns I expressed were intended to articulate my opinions about the nanotechnology' industry generally, and not about any specific company. I was not referring to Nanosys' business prospects or its registration statement. I have not formed any judgment on either."

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