Cleveland (WOIO) - Jimmy Haslam is returning to his "day job", taking over as CEO of Pilot Flying J, just six months after stepping down.
Haslam replaces former PepsiCo president John Compton, who stay on as strategic advisor.
This creates a stir with Browns fans, who remember all too well the absentee-owner days of Randy Lerner, but the fact is, Haslam brought Joe Banner in to run the show in Berea, and was already splitting time between Ohio and Tennessee, so this changes nothing.
If the Browns start winning, nobody will care.
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