Inside the Tsunami-Proof Pod Made in Silicon Valley

April 22 (Bloomberg) -- Chris Robinson, a startup entrepreneur, has never built a boat before and he admits that a tsunami is unlikely to hit his home in Silicon Valley. But he has spent the past two years building a 22-foot-long, 8.5-foot-high, 10-foot wide tidal wave-proof pod made of plywood and epoxy in his backyard. Bloomberg heads to Palo Alto to check out his progress.

Khosla's Rabois: Seeing a Sea Change in Private Markets
40:42 - Keith Rabois, a Khosla Ventures partner, discusses the state of the venture capital market with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)
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