April 14, 2003

Dallas Observer
J. Jovan Philyaw, the Texas entrepreneur who convinced Belo to sink nearly $40 million into the failed CueCat scanning device, is calling himself J. Hutton Pulitzer these days, according to Eric Celeste. His new job is peddling crystals.

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