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Pilot Flying J Gas Stations Target Of Federal Investigation

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Pilot Flying J Gas Stations Target Of Federal Investigation

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Pilot Flying J Gas Stations Target Of Federal Investigation

Pilot Flying J Gas Stations Target Of Federal Investigation

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This week the FBI and IRS raided the headquarters of one of the country's largest private employers: Pilot Flying J. The chain operates more than 600 gas stations and convenience stores in 44 states. It's owned by billionaire Jimmy Haslam. Haslam also owns the Cleveland Browns and his brother is Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, who owns shares in the company.

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