Is Khosla cursed? PAX Streamline flames out and Calera's investors dumping shares

We recently learned that Pax Streamline, a joint venture between Pax Scientific and Khosla Ventures, has gone bust. The company, funded by Khosla in 2008 and recipient of several million in stimulus cash in 2009, focused on using cues from nature to improve airflow in a number of applications. The c...

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