Copy link to share with friends. By Catherine Elton. These vibrant, otherworldly textiles from Bolivia are woven from dreams and chaos. On the upper part of it, thousands upon thousands of taut strands of fine orange and black wool thread await her inspiration. Toward the bottom is a chaotic, dark and intricate universe of fantastical — and sometimes frightening — creatures that Churqui has coaxed into existence with a horizontal thread. People have woven in Bolivia for time immemorial.
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How Low Can We Go? Research firm Cambridge Associates released its quarterly report this morning that shows returns from the past 10 years the typical life of a venture fund is at 8. Funds from have paid just 0. It's worth noting there are still hundreds of companies out there that raised venture capital at least 10 years ago, so those numbers have the potential to go up - whether or not these companies will be able to exit at strong prices is an open question.
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But the plan is bitterly opposed by the discount carriers and faces an uphill battle on Capitol Hill. Teams of lobbyists from both camps are circulating position papers and huddling with congressional staffers and lawmakers in an effort to woo them over to their side. Southwest Airlines ' unconventional chief executive, Herb Kelleher, last week walked the halls of Congress lobbying lawmakers to resist the campaign launched by the seven major airlines.