— Oct. 25, 2012: The confidential source records meeting at Tennessee lake house of John "Stick" Freeman, Pilot's vice president of sales. Freeman recounts getting caught withholding rebate money from a customer and brags he had to pay back $1 million but still came out $6 million ahead. Asked about Jimmy Haslam's reaction, Freeman is recorded as saying: "He knew it all along. Loved it."
— Feb. 11, 2013: Haslam announces he will reassume his position as CEO of Pilot.
— April 1, 2013: An internal company audit of the manual rebate process used to defraud customers has been launched, stirring concerns among Pilot sales staff.
— April 15, 2013: Federal agents raid Pilot's Knoxville headquarters, homes of three sales executives in Iowa, Kentucky and Tennessee.
— April 18, 2013: A judge unseals a 120-page FBI affidavit that includes allegations that Jimmy Haslam and other senior managers were aware of the rebate fraud scheme. Haslam denies wrongdoing.
— April 22, 2013: Jimmy Haslam announces suspension of several members of sales team.
— May 29, 2013: First two members of the Pilot sales team plead guilty, agree to cooperate with federal prosecutors.
— July 16, 2013: Pilot settles a class action lawsuit filed by trucking companies, eventually agreeing to pay out $85 million to 5,500 customers.
— June 18, 2013: Three more Pilot sales team members plead guilty.
— July 12, 2013: Pilot begins reimbursing trucking company customers shorted on rebates.
— July 29, 2013: Two more members of Pilot sales team plead guilty.
— Jan 27, 2014: Three more Pilot employees plead guilty to federal charges, bringing total to 10.
— May 19, 2014: Pilot President Mark Hazelwood and Vice President Scott "Scooter" Wombold leave company.